Shenzhen Furong Hotel
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... horse to run faster. It's quite fun to experience, but also sad to see how all these people (especially men) are here all by themselves just to bet.
After the races we went to party in Wan Chai (another party street in Hong Kong) since they have ladies' night on Wednesdays! We first went to a bar where a band was playing live music, it was really nice! We stayed there for an hour or so, and then joined more friends in club X - a favourite in Wan ...
... China in 1997, and is now a 'Special
Administrative Region' of the (PRC). HK is so
special that it has separate currency (HK Dollars) to the mainland. The
Chinese language is ‘Cantonese’ but everyone is strongly encouraged to
speak ‘Mandarin’ to conform to the PRC.
Major differences we noticed:
- Most toilets are of the ‘Pedestal’ variety rather than ‘Squats’ and ...
... t turn when I had my backpack on - I could only walk forward or backwards, Our room, at $70 Canadian per night, was good value for Hong Kong. I am 5'4" and I could almost touch both sides of the room when I outstretched my arms. It's crazy how small the living quarters are! Richard and I had to take turns getting into our bags because there wasn't enough room for both of us to move. Anyways, like I said, Hong Kong was exciting. We went to ...
... aby zwiedzic Aberdeen. Nie jest to duza miescina ale ciesze sie ze zdecysdowalam sie tam przeplynac. Jak tylko dotarlam, zauwazylam bardzo duzo turystycznych lodzi, ktore moga cie wziasc na maly rejs do okola Aberdeen. Oczywiscie, ci co mnie dobrze znaja, cokolwiek sie ma do turysty moze mnie pocalowac gleboko w tylek. Wiec jak tylko jedna z lodzi zaczela na mnie trabic abym wsiadla, grzecznie sie odwrocilam i poszlam dalej. Kilka minut pozniej usluszalam jakby kacze ...
... to leave after I have been introduced. I told him that I would stay because, well I think it would be rude to just up and go after been introduced. So there I was surrounded by about 70 people all speaking in Mandarin, and little me not understanding anything. We had a schedule of sorts for the first week of class, but again it was all in Mandarin. The meeting lasted for an hour, and I must say that Mandarin spoken in a monotone voice is a bit soothing. I ...