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Morning: Checked out of Shenzhen hotel and drove to the airport. We flew to Shangahi and the flight took about 2 hours on a 767 plane which was fairly big in size. The flight was ok. Afternoon: Met our new local tour guide Jennifer. She ended up being horrible and we later found out she pocketed some of our money for free things that she made us …
... chuckling at my lack of concern at being daft sometimes. We moved our reservation inside as the weather was poor cold and wet and we sat in the window which was great until it steamed up. Dinner was soft-shell crab, tempura veg and prawn plus a plate of sashimi. A New Zealand Pinot and the night was complete. We did sit next to a very odd couple, clearly wealthy but the lady had maybe overdone the plastic surgery and the fella well too much chest hair and medallions for ...
... two tickets for the Airport Express train and proceeded to the Qantas check in point. I was able to check in 3 pieces - however Craig's was 2kgs over - and so she asked us to redistribute to get it back to 23. So since Craig's hand luggage was virtually empty we just plonked a pair of jeans and a couple of shirts in there and we were good as gold. But of course we've added a heap of stuff in HK so this means that the BA scales ...
... been before. I was also going to be quite early for my flight. One gentleman got on and he was European, otherwise it was Kathryn and all the locals. You never know whether they speak English or not so you just let them pass.
The bus arrived at the airport on time as there was a highway all the way after we had left the city of Luoyang. When I lined up at the airline ticket place, the Western bloke was behind me and we got talking. He is an ...
... in Kowloon, keeping an eye out for camera stores as we went.
As we set off, the sun was setting and all of the neon lights protruding out into the street began to come on. It was amazing, and the kind of street scene that we all imagine when conjuring images of Hong Kong. The Nathan Road is long, but was going to deposit us right by the waterfront, with the view over to HK a real highlight of any trip here. As we walked we ...
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