Novotel Bauhinia Shenzhen
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... pretty difficult. I'm excited to get this new life started, even if that means starting over. I've been keeping in touch with my friends from Chongqing, and will continue to do so, as that will always be my first home in China, and I truly miss the city, as well as my fellow Chongqing-ers.
Though I won't be updating quite as much this year since things are a little more familiar, I've decided that I will continue the blog, contrary to what I thought a week ago. Stay tuned.
... one of the most wonderful things. They have different taxis that go to the different areas of Hong Kong so you get in the line you need, and there's an attendant who asks where you are going, then writes down the address in characters for the driver and tells you approximately how much the cab fare should be. It's all very efficient and easy, it was great. At one point during my ride the driver almost completely missed the turn off for tsim sha tsui bc he was on ...
... complete we sat and had a beer. We would have had more but the service was terrible and each beer had to be almost physically dragged from the staff. As we were talking and relaxing conversation flowed fast and furious, reminiscing, storytelling joking, shared friends and incidents.
Dan and Jane were going to the races tomorrow with a van full of Australians which sounded pretty full on even for me, sometimes no room on the bus us a good thing. I ...
... having to worry about crossing streets. A little farther on you come back down before starting to climb the hill towards the tram station. We passed through a plaza that was under a bank skyscraper, if you can picture that, and it was absolutely full of groups of women sitting on flattened cardboard boxes or plastic bags picnicking and playing cards. Don't know what all that was about. One group we saw had even built ...
... and recommended the place to me. I approached apprehensively, to be greeted by the most amazing looking young Chinese girl. She wrapped the usual towels etc round me and then beckoned me into a back room ‘Aye aye, what have I got myself into here?’ I thought, with equal measures of hope and dread. She lay me down onto a reclined chair and proceeded to wash my hair twice, condition it, and give the most ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center