Shenzhen Furong Hotel
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... being chopped up outside on the pavement, fish being gutted. It doesn't appeal at the moment, and probably wouldn't even if I didn't have a cold.
Having bought a few items from a shop, including Lemsip, we return to the hotel and I retreat under the duvet cover for the evening.
As I make the lemsip I notice that it is made in Yorkshire. Back home everything seems to be made in China, here in China we find something made in ...
... rings" since several people had advised us to do so for safety reasons in Thailand. I guess it's a cue for potential predators that "a husband is nearby." So we both had forgotten we were even wearing them, but Matt made a comment very quickly that he assumed we were married to each other. We laughed, then realized this ring thing may actually be effective. It was about 7 am at that point, and the entire city appeared to be still sleeping. All the restaurants ...
... first thing I did was make sure to show the waitress my newly liked page to get the free drink!
We shared all the food we ordered and it made for a great afternoon snack/early dinner! My cousins didn’t know what else to show us and asked if we wanted to go back to their condo and hang out. They live in a new residential district (I think?) and it is a ways away from our hostel in Chung King Mansions.
The condo complex they live in is SUPER nice! ...
... as us so ended up having to queue quite a while.
At the top was a big shopping mall and viewing area but we decided to follow all the keen photographers along a walk that went round the ridge of the peak. It was a good idea as it was nice and peaceful and away from all the hustle and bustle of the tourists. We got an amazing view over the Hong Kong island and Kowloon island and all the lights on the buildings. It was a good way to finish off the trip!!!
... and seem to also enjoy the more modern way of life. Only time will tell, but now that we understand more of this issue, it will mean more to see how it turns out.
I think that is one of my favorite parts of this trip- learning enough about these other parts of the world that we have a real, personal interest in the outcomes of political changes, the impact of global climate change, and successes or failures of people and ...