Shenzhen Hubei Hotel
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... in Asia), and rode a cable car which spanned 5.7km, back down to the subway station. We also went to Aberdeen and ate at the worlds biggest floating restaurant, and then spent the rest of the day watching lion dances, Kung fu, and local girls dancing in beautiful consumes from all over China. It made me think about Anne Todman, Julie, and Sumedha, having to spend a fortune on costumes for their dancing daughters, just like the mums of these girls had ...
... the periods of rain and strong winds, it was cancelled. We jumped on the MTR to visit the Temple St. markets, then back again. Public transport here is so cheap and efficient, and the old timber trams are a quaint reminder of the past. The tracks ran close to our hotel so we made frequent use of them. A trip cost about 30c. Today's weather looked less promising from the start, so the planned trip by cable car to visit the Tian Tan Buddha at the top of Lantau Is. had to be abandoned. ...
... stop was to the Hong Kong Jewellery Factory. Surprisingly Hong Kong is no longer a strong manufacturing economy being reliant on financial services and tourism a bit like the UK. China has apparently gobbled up the manufacturing. The Hong Kong Jewellery Factory is one of the few remaining manufacturing industries in Hong Kong and we thought we were going to see how the jewellery is manufactured. In fact we were ushered into a show room where there were ...
... to Hong Kong...... Dammit, well still, we're escaping proper China for something that at some point in history was British, they even have proper sockets there.
Back to the Biological warfare. The bus from Yangshuo to Hong Kong is actually a bus to Shenzhen, a city on the boarder of Hong Kong, you take the bus and then walk across the boarder. We booked the bus through out hostel in Yanghsuo, its departure time was 9pm and it was due ...
... are the massive chimney stacks of the coal fired Lamma Power Station ,built in 1982 (with several later additions) for Hongkong Electric, the station provides power to Hong Kong Island and Lamma Island. there is also the Lamma Wind station but the smog made that invisible today.
I decide to walk the easy"one hour" trek to the southern village of Sok Kwu Wan and return to central from there, a great way to see the island! Not ...