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... had disappeared and workmen were getting out boxes to pack the rest. We managed to see a few but I was glad we had seen them last night. A workman informed us the exhibition was finished. Back to the hotel and dinner. We treated ourselves to a bottle of fizzy, the month's special offer. I am now getting ready to pack for the journey to China tomorrow. Our guide is meeting us at 9am to go to the airport for our flight at 12 noon. ...
... do Tai Chi and try to learn new skills.
Here, I would like to take you for a walk to a few lovely places in Shenzhen where you would meet many Chinese artists - young and old, students and masters, novices and professionals, the ones who do it for hobby and others for whom art is their bread&butter.
First, we will go to a really nice Book Mall (metro Children's ...
... a tech-y person to talk to me about a problem with my e-mails on my tablet. I came across one without having to look very far! A young man with a very smart suit took control and fiddled around for ages but couldn't sort it out for me. However he did take the opportunity to try and sell me a new tablet cover containing a proper keyboard! The price started at £160 which eventually dropped to £45 because "I was his first customer of the day" and would ...
... me and my Russian friend took a walk downtown to the mid-level escalators, another famous attraction. It is an open escalator about 20ft in the air that travels through the narrow street with nice bars and restaurants. You hardly see any Europeans in HK but here it is almost only Europeans, all inside and outside the bars drinking. I felt a bit more at home here :)
After the escalators me and the Russian jumped on a random tram into the city to the end of the line and ...
... or something, but it does get a little old after awhile. We walked to Times Square, which was a huge shopping center but the building is built up and not wide. Overall I think it was nine stories, which just shows that if there's no space to build out, so everyone builds up. Afterwards we walked around Victoria Park. The parks here are very different than in the US. because they are gardens and there wasn't really any ...
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