Novotel Bauhinia Shenzhen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... photos in a model like fashion. After viewing each shot they roared with laughter, then quickly reassembled for their next stance. They eventually moved their location to some rocks that protruding from the sea and huddled into a group of 3 while the remaining girl became the photographer. Roles were swapped to insure each girl had equal time in front of the lens. Assuming they were part of the workforce of maids, they were really enjoying their day ...
... as it was dark by now and we were not quite sure where it was. This took forever though they did have a system going. Unfortunately it was peak hour so the roads were jammed and it took a while to get there. Pleased to get into the apartment on the seventh floor so has a magnificent view out to Kowloon. We are on HK Island at Wan Chai. This place is something else and the way the buildings are lit is quite spectacular. Reminiscent ...
... hand side as you queue in a big mess. For some reason no one waits on this side, even though the tram is also filled from the right. So all in all, it's less packed, you get exhibits to read and get on a tram quicker. It didn't make much sense to us why we seemed to be the only people doing this but it worked and helped us get on a tram or two earlier than others who purchased tickets the same sort of time as us.
So finally we had made it on to the tram and even managed to ...
... bringing the world down with it. Then I left, and realized people have the exact same gripes about their own countries and, like many Americans in regards to the outside world, have no idea what the U.S. is like. For those of you who are unable to make it out here to China/Asia in general, I hope this can enlighten you a bit and enable you to appreciate what you have. This is going to reflect my experiences here in China, though I'll use Western countries to further my ...
... a first.
We tried to tell ourselves that we would not be pulled into any shops unnecessarily in HK. We failed. In a city where the streets bustle for 24 hours a day, the sheer number of shops make them tough to ignore from the start. We did quite well until we hit the electronic stores. When we worked out how much cheaper it was than the UK, we felt like we would be losing out by not buying things. Or maybe we’re just a sale man’s dream. ...