Shenzhen Fortune Hotel
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Up late today, David woke me after his run AND his shower. Feeling better each day though. Out to local kitchen for breakfast, a real eye opener at how busy it was. And a really limited menu for breakfast, quite odd food from anything else we have seen. Funny white bread sandwiches, spam and fried egg on macaroni soups, and lots of soups with instant noodles. We were a bit stumped about ordering, but ended up ...
... the Man Mo Temple. We also took the Central Midlevels escalator( the world's longest covered escalator) up the entire 800 metres. It goes downhill from 6 til 10 am and then uphill until midnight.
The rest of the time we wandered around the windy, steep streets stopping to have a drink when we discovered a bar and one day we found a busy dumpling restaurant where we had lunch. The ordering system was by ticking a ...
... Unfortunately, the main area was back in the other
building, and apart from a few seats and a couple of free use
computers, there was little in the way of 'self catering' facilities.
The tiny kitchen space was dirty with a toaster and microwave. It
smelt and going by the litter tray they obviously have a cat. The bed
and pillow was hard too and the noise from the street was loud with
the street lights lighting our room brightly, but actually, ...
... Phoenix show, a combination of everything but with the added element of fire, a cannon and fireworks, no workplace health and safety restrictions here. It was quite unbelievable, with elaborate costumes, acrobatics, plate spinning, roller skating and juggling A long and sticky day and we were glad to go to bed. Off to Hong Kong in the morning, we just need to get through customs/border control. The students are pretty excited about the markets and ...
... no pots of gold or mythological creatures at the end of the escalator, we had to make the long descent down on foot. Next on our itinerary was the Victoria Peak tram. This takes you up the mountainside to, unsurprisingly, Victoria Peak. The views of Hong Kong were absolutely breathtaking from the viewing platform. There was also a shopping centre and Madame Tussards on the Peak, which were quite unexpected. Continuing on our tour of Hong Kong, next on the agenda was Kowloon, which ...