Shangri-la Hotel Shenzhen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... brewery called Crafthead. Crafthead is an expat hangout in the middle of an area that does not seem like it belongs there. A couple restaurants around it have ultra fresh food, meaning the fish and other animals were living before you order them. So you know, Chinese places. Crafthead had about 6 or 7 beers on tap and I chose a black IPA that was okay. I was looking for a beer that tasted like Infidel from Route 66 Brewing in Roseburg, and as a result I found myself a little ...
... was free WIFI and a Starbucks (typical). What I have realised after my 3 day stay was that HK was full of Western restaurants (Pizza Express), Starbucks (every street corner) and Western shops (like Topshop, no Primark though...). So there was me thinking everything was going to be in Chinese and I was going to suffer from some culture shock...but everything had English writing and people could speak English. I think South America had more of a ...
... results from the day are: Willy Hosey upset Brett Martin, the number 1 seed in the 50+ final, our only first place finish for Canada. Ricky Chan won the 3/4 play-off in the 70+. Vince Taylor won the consolation plate in the 75+. Gerry Poulton came second in the 70+, losing 12-10 in the fifth to an English bloke. It was a nail biter. Sue Wastie lost in the finals of the 60+ plate final. Off to the closing dinner at the club. I will update you later tonight. The ...
... and Latin dancing to a live band. First let me make it clear I have no rhythm and have absolutely no ability to dance whatsoever. So I am speaking from a huge glass house here. But I am not criticising or throwing stones, just observing. Everyone there was making a much better job of it than I ever could. At least half the people on the floor were Chinese and their style was completely their own. It looked like they were moving in a cross between ballroom dancing and T'ai ...
Today we had a sleep in as we knew it was going to be a late night tonight,
The Star Ferry was our first stop for today. We headed down to Central Pier to catch the ferry. We stopped for breakfast at a bakery and ordered some BBQ pork buns and a pineapple bun and then with our tummies happy we continued to the ferry terminal.
We used our octopus card to get entry to the star ferry and were lucky enough to turn up right when a star ferry was boarding. We ...