Shenzhen Guest House Xinyuan Building
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... China Mobile where I put money on my account to keep my account active. The lady working there and I communicated through a translate app on our respective phones and I added 100 kwai. Once we left there we were sucked into a place next door to eat lunch. The place had a menu in only Chinese and very little pictures but the pictures I saw outside showed a few things I wanted and was familiar with. Har gau, a shrimp dumpling; shu mai, a pork dumpling that usually also has shrimp; and ...
... and then another- we thought; this must be the done thing in China - having wedding photos taken at a landmark. Soon after we found there was a registry office in the park. There was a lovely looking restaurant which was closed to the public as it was hosting one of the many weddings taking place in the park. All around us were ponds filled with koi carp and other fish, newly married couples kissing in front of water fountains, happy students in their graduation ...
The 16 hour flight was uneventful (other than being delayed by an hour leaving Pearson - they couldn't find a crew to load the plane after a huge thunderstorm). I find the effect on night and day fascinating whenever I fly over the Arctic. During the flight, we went from night to day to night and then finally back to day.
I decided to take advantage of the 17 ...
... at 6:45 am and headed to the tram at Victoria Peak. The little tram ride was okay but due to the fog from the humidity, the view wasn't great. Overall. I don't think this attraction is "a must" if you are going to visit Hong Kong. I followed Victoria Peak with a walk around the zoological and botanical gardens. Again I wasn't overly impressed and is not a must see. My next stop, the Chi Lin Nunnery, however, should be added to your list if you plan to visit Hong Kong ...
Ok let's start by going back to yesterday. Jet lag and poor timing has meant that we hadn't seen the Hong Kong skyline at night, and it so happens that on Mondays the commentary for the nightly symphony of lights show takes place in English, so off we trot. En route we decided we would take pictures in the sweetshop of unusual charm (unusual to us), hope you like them folks. Mission accomplished we brave the underground with spectacular success and arrive ...