Shenzhen Hubei Hotel
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... that sold tee shirts, handbags, scarves- basically everything one can imagine. By the time we walked a mile through the stalls it started to rain so we decided to return to the hotel. Gwynn is unconscious on the bed while I draft this. I could probably fall asleep too but I want to try to get on a schedule so I will try to stay up until about 10. The kids all arrive in the morning. They'll probably be exhausted so we'll play it by ear as to what to do with them. Stay ...
I can honestly say today has been one of the best, longest, and thoroughly exhausting days of my entire life. Marisa and I planned the day out loosely, figured out how to get from Ma on Shan to Central Hong Kong on the MTR, to Hong Kong park, the bank of China tower and lookout floor, the tea museum (a personal favorite), Hong Kong botanical gardens, then to Victoria’s peak, to the star ferry, across the harbor, an authentic dinner, (aka not ...
You know, it isn't that bad that nothing opens here until 10am as you get to have a lie in before tackling the busy day ahead. Last night we ventured further away and took the ferry over to the island where Charlie and Tim work and live. $2 for the ferry and 5 minutes or so later you are there. We are loving Hong Kong more and more each day and last night was no exception as we walked around the narrow streets where shops and restaurants are everywhere. We ate Vietnamese and it was ...
... next day we moved to a higher floor and our new room was much quieter.
We visited a lot of the tourist destinations including Victoria Peak, via the tram, with its magnificent view over looking Hong Kong and the harbour. We caught the Star Ferry to Kowloon for the grand sum of 50 cents and wandered the streets and a shopping centre before catching the return ferry. One morning we took a taxi to visit Stanley on ...
It's been a few weeks since I parted ways with my travel buddies, so I arranged a day trip to visit them for a little reunion outing. Both Hong and Nana live in Shenzhen which is surprisingly close to my home in Hong Kong. To put this in perspective it's actually quicker for me to go to Shenzhen then to Hong Kong Island area (and that's including immigration time). It's similar to, if you live in London, it's quicker to get to Paris than it is to get to Newcastle. Hong is a really ...