Shangri-la Hotel Shenzhen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of butterflies. A large Alsation dog watched us go past - he was quite happy until I went to take his photo, when he started growling fiercely!
One of the restaurants was called "The Genuine Lamma Hilton". We had visited the Lamma Hilton with Philippa but couldn't remember if this was the one. Anyway, we went and asked if they were open for lunch (since the place seemed deserted) - they were, so we took a table out on a long narrow jetty in front of the ...
... expose even the dirtiest details. It's encouraged. We can protest without getting beat or shot (usually)--but better yet, we can do it. One thing I realized when I left the U.S. is that the idea of protesting is pretty distinct U.S. thing. Of course other Western countries do it--I was there when Spain just began its massive protests. But it is a distinctly American trait, annoying or not, to protest against pretty much anything we want, undisturbed. To sign petitions. ...
... our views. The actual undulating Dragon's Back was relatively short but so beautiful. It was real hazy so I didn't take many photos, but the views of the New Territories, Stanley and Lamma Island were impressive. Nice and warm in the sun as well, which made a change from the freezing cold of anywhere indoors at the moment. On the way home we popped through a big market and treated ourselves to a custard bun. Nice.
... had dinner together and then she surprised us with a visit to two of our old colleagues at Wildfire restaurant, a married couple that we used to work with and that have now settled for a bit in Hong Kong. It was a great reunion and very unexpected! They work in 22ships and modern restaurant in Wan Chai that serves international cuisine, that is to die for. I had my ...
... copies!!! My other dear local friend, Rosa, joined us to see the amazing light show in the evening at 8pm. The show lasted 10 mins., free and definitely the most impressive light show I'd ever seen! You mustn't miss it if you do have a chance to visit HK. My favourite part so far! Strolling along the seaside was really nice, but we were starving. If you don't mind stepping out of your comfort zone, go ahead to take over ...