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... we knew it we were passing by the station for The Peak train! Detouring around the crowds, we found the park. I wondered how many tourists miss out seeing this lovely quiet spot among the hustle and bustle of the neighbouring streets. Shady trees provided some relief from the humid temperature. We gave the Aviary a miss, but sat for a rest near the man made lakes, complete with cascading waterfall. It was a peaceful place, with a few families and groups of people ...
... Shaver building is lost in the clouds We go under one of the tunnels and get hit by water. Always a little disconcerting Peak lookout bar for proseccos, stella and burger and stella and prosecco and stella I mention that tube station ground rents are not so extortionate. Leah mentions that Kate once wanted to open a sandwich shop in Chiswich park station. Commence 2 hour pie in the sky laugh, working out the business plan and profit and loss ratios and usp's for Ruislip ...
... used to do when they were students. I can totally relate, we are no longer young and hip anymore. A lot of people think of China as a bit of a backwater place and a large part of China is, but Shenzhen is a modern well laid out metropolis that would rival many cities in the developed world. There were huge sky scrapers, massive shopping malls, and even a cosmetic surgery hospital! In terms of facilities, it definitely was comparable to Hong Kong. There was also, surprisingly, lots ...
... although we did have a "tourist causing rush hour chaos" moment where we couldnt find the right gates to exit. This continued all day as every line has different gate systems. The tube systems has very few rude names. In total that amounts to only 3 koks, and a very tenuoisly sounding Chewin' Wang line (tsuen wan). Then in spite of the rumours we see our first Liverpool supporter. This is in the face of a jibe from our friendly liverpool supporter on the way here ...
... and most of the group was sad to go.
Normally the tour would take us to a kindergarten at this point so we could interact with children. We were looking forward to this part of the tour the most and were sad to hear this portion would be excluded due to the public holiday. Instead, we visited a nice Buddhist temple with a beautiful pagoda. We saw 3 large Buddhas in one room representing the past, present, and future. ...