Novotel Bauhinia Shenzhen
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... more than amazed at how well I’ve grown accustomed to the whole teaching thing. Either way, for the small glimpse that they did see, they enjoyed it for sure. More to come this Friday as they will be hosted for lunch with my boss and then invited to watch me teach afterward.
Later that day, I took my brother and dad out for some traditional Chinese food at our, my, Zac and Leon’s, favorite local restaurant. I could tell Mike was hesitant to try the ...
... it was great fun! They took us round to see houseboats in the harbor where fishermen live. I could not imagine living in one of those houses....they are completely open to the elements aside from either pieces of tarp or a shabby looking wooden roof.
After a very successful shopping trip at Stanley market, it was time to head back to the ship. We have really enjoyed our time in Hong Kong and would love to come back here one ...
... 2pm and we needed to get something to eat. Paul from the camera shop suggested that there was a very good dim sum restaurant upstairs in the building next door and he showed us the way. Although it was quite late for lunch the dim sum trolleys were still moving around the restaurant and we enjoyed an excellent selection of tasty treats and a couple of beers.
We had thought of going to the Art Gallery but decided we ...
... for 3 months. When I arrived in China, I had to change it to a work visa. Let me go through my passport and count how many visas it took until they finally got it right, and how long.
I have seven visas over a period of 5 months. That's how inefficient the system is: they messed up the visa process seven times--which took so much up space in my passport that (as you'll see later) I had to buy $200 worth of new pages. It also took 5 months--compared to 4 ...
... while Barry had Beef tartare, and we shared some fries.
There was a souffle of apple and calvados on the menu, so we of course chose this.
Barry had a glass of Chateau l'Argenteyre cru Bourgeois - very ordinary.
Feeling tired we decided to return to the hotel for a lie down.
This was our last night in Hong Kong, so we arranged a Dim Sum meal in the Golden Leaf restaurant at the Conrad - and again we were not ...