Quanji Hotel Shenzhen Dongmen
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... the ideal location with good transport links. After our trip around Malaysia it had got to that time when we need to do some of our washing. At this hotel however there are no washing machines available for guests so we asked for a local laundrette. Luckily there was one available down the alleyway next to our hotel, and there it was..an open front shop, an old Chinese man and a ginger cat, four washing machines and two tumble dryers!! We had a mountain ...
Some interesting things about Hong Kong include:
- bamboo scaffolding on all construction sites - I had no idea bamboo was suitable for that, but apparently it's really strong and gets stronger every time it gets wet and then dries again.
... of the exchange rate, I told him that I earned approx £65,000 a year and was only planning to spend £2 tonight. Whoops!
The first stall we came across met the requirements of relatively cheap beer and so the four of us opted for a big jug of Kirin Ichiban and squeezed our way in through the crowds to find a spot with a view. As we struggled to work out the logistics of betting, a lovely (and yes, super friendly!) Kiwi couple (although I think he was ...
... the sink, was inside the bedroom with only a sliding shower door for privacy. Well there would be no pride or graces between us for long then! I had definitely been spoilt by the room I was in on the first night, the second room wasn't too bad either, the third one wasn't BAD but it just wasn't good for two girls who hardly knew each other! Never mind - it's a roof and I'm lucky to have a bed.
Today I also:
Had to move out of my room by 12 noon which was ...
How do you diss something that you like? Hong Kong is just that, a land of juxtaposed and ambivalent ideas and visuals. The words that come to mind are yuppie, busy, impressive, expensive and humid.
Coming to HK for the first time is like a secret vail that is lifted and you see your bride for the first time. She is pretty and well formed, redolent of tradition and yet shimmering of modern glamour . For such a small island, the national pride is ...