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... until after this holiday. We went to a hotel near our guesthouse for the evening meal, as another tour group we have seen a bit of in recent days were staying there.
It was lucky that we did our hiking yesterday, as it was raining & foggy the day we left Ping’an village. We didn’t do a lot for the day really, as it was just a day to travel to Guilin & then wait for an overnight train to Shenzhen, which is the very southern part of ...
It's only been 3 days but they have flown by and so many things have happened already!
The trip started off a bit unfortunate, there was a problem with the software of my plane so the flight was delayed. However, this gave me a great opportunity to meet the other exchange students who happened to be on my flight!
Upon arrival in Hong Kong we shared taxis to our colleges. CUHK is one of the few colleges in Asia that is divided into 9 ...
... I decided to do a wash on the first day as our clothes were just that grimy.
After settling in we decided to head to times square and hopped onto the nearest tram but didn't realise we needed exact change to pay! Rob had a word with the driver and we managed to get the ride for free. Playing the 'ignorant tourist' card has its benefits!
Times square was full of cheap shops which massively contrasts with the expensive designer shops nearby.
A late arrival meant a late start. First order of business, at least outside of the hotel room, was dim sum! We just went to this place just down the street from our hotel that the concierge had suggested. We didn't go overboard, for fear of spending too much or overloading ourselves, but it was good. It's a little disconcerting that Hong Kong's currency is called the dollar, but the exchange rate is 7.75 hkd to 1 usd, so things that ...
... the standard of the foyer. It's very close to an underground station, and there is lots happening around us, so it's perfect for a wee look around the neighbourhood. We are walking distance to the Ladies' Market one way, and the Temple Street Night Market the other. It's perhaps more a "local" area than a tourist area, but we're quite happy with it. Good compromise between quality and cost - pity about the single beds.