Novotel Bauhinia Shenzhen
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Awake early with SMS news that Rosie has given birth to a girl 11:30pm last night. An early start with a walk on the beach and coffee downtown. Headed to Redlands Private via Northlakes Myers for pressies in Louey the on to meet lovely Ivy Grace 3.5kg ...
... you have to be sure you have a place to stay and hopefully a host that will respond.
I had his phonenumber so I called, but again of course, no answer. And that's from when I started to get really stressed. What to do if I get no reply? Go to a hostel and ask for a room? Hmm.. not what I'd been waiting for.
I'd arrived in HK around 12am (apparently the clock already changed here, so it was one hour earlier than it was in Japan and Korea) and I decided to stay ...
To say the flight from JFK was long would be an understatement. The last several hours were torture, especially if like me, you didn't sleep. On the positive side, the flight was smooth and arrived 12 minutes early. When leaving the plane we noticed six people with Pacific Delight Tour luggage tags. It turned out that they were all in the same family. Two sets of parents and their recently married children. Before leaving New York, we were informed that there would be ...
At 6 am, we meet at our school AISHK to take the bus to Shenzhen Airport.
When we got there,
we took a flight to Shenzhen- Guilin then another bus ride to get us to our final destination .
Upon our arrival in the hotel late afternoon, we had our activity briefing and weekly schedule meeting.
I have never been to China before in any type of transport .
On the way to Yangshou,we drove ...
... of the countryside as well as island hopping across to each harbour. We'd recommend the Ngong Ping cable car to the Big Buddha, the Temple Night Market for an authentic Cantonese flavour and definitely escaping to the calmness of Stanley Bay, a hidden gem! Hong Kong is also pretty cheap, especially to eat and it's nearly impossible to find a bad meal. It's also a place of contrasts - poor and very affluent, scruffy and beautiful, mad and calm.