Shenzhen Furong Hotel
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... our bags and meet the HK BUNAC rep who herds us into a mini bus. As we drive to the hostel she appears to be giving some sort of guided tour on the mic but her audience is pretty unresponsive. Open mouthed, blood shot eyed Englishmen with yawns spreading across each mouth like wild fire. We arrive at the "hostel" which looks like a 5-star Hilton with golden gates and red carpet. Starting to think BUNAC have burnt an unnecessary hole in my ...
Back across the water and the trek to the MTR station to get us back to Fortress Hill and our afternoon tea. This is included in the price so we stuff ourselves liberally with delightfully presented sandwiches, macaroons and little scones with cream and jam. Last night we returned to the lounge in the evening where, for 2 hours, the drinks are also free- beer too, so Ted was very happy!
Bumper amount of photos- last time! ...
... I'm 80% there. I'm gonna make it through. Well, I surely was clapping my hands wayyy to early. Just couldn't find the farm. No freaking farm ...... Where is it!!!!!!!!!! During my third try of finding it I was covered in a proper sweat, just like after a hard, rough sex. It was dropping of my forehead, and the fact I couldn't find it frustrated me a bit. So on the way back I was thinking, maybe it's not meant to be. Maybe a piece of heaven that I'm looking for is ...
... Tax a car in Hong Kong
Send your kids to private school
Buy a house
And many other things!
First call was Aberdeen Harbour where we were" encouraged" to take a Sampan ride for
Hk $60. Actually it was very good and we saw the fishing boats and houseboats.
On our return Ken the photographer took our photo (more on that later)
Next we went to Stanley Market to have a look around and do some shopping. Also took ...
... and showing Bobby around.
Well, since we didn't spend a night in Hong Kong, I'll continue this entry. After all, a main reason we were here was to get Bobby out of the mainland and start his 30 day stay anew, So, Saturday morning after our normal breakfast in the room of instant oatmeal, bananas, almonds and instant coffee, we headed back to the subway. From the Qiaocheng station, it was 5 stops East to the red Longhua line and 2 stops south to the ...