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... curtains in the morning and look down on the Eiffel Tower and the Pyramids, next to each other. Shenzhen is a modern, affluent city of over 4m. We braved its new and air conditioned metro to reach Bada market where we spent several productive hours haggling hard in the warren of shops and stalls. Fun but exhausting! Fortunately for weary shoppers and thirsty tourists, wine and spirits are served in the Executive ...
... sugar cane juice (the sweetest thing ever!), dim sum (four different dishes which again were rather shrimpy but apparently favourites!). We also had a traditional tea ceremony which was really fun although pouring tea with this little cup saucer thing was hard! The guy who worked there was passionate about tea and so with mine and Steph's interest and questions he let us have a smoked ...
... go straight through to luggage collection. Thank goodness for small mercies. There were people everywhere and we had to walk for ages until we got to luggage collection. Given our bad luck in Helsinki, I bet Ian $10 that he would be leaving the carousel empty handed. I was truly surprised that our luggage ended up where it was supposed to be.
It was quite cold in Copenhagen and had been raining that morning. After three plane flights ...
March 18, 2012 – Enroute to Hong Kong, China
The ship navigated back out through the shipping lanes into the open sea. The ship then set a southerly course along the Chinese coast towards the Taiwan Strait.
Today was another cold and rather wet day with it being foggy. We had a light breakfast in the morning before going to the Cruise Critic talk on Hong Kong. We also had to complete an immigration form for ...
... good value also at
HK$130 for the two of us – roughly £10.65. A great day out. Great restaurants up there too – which again
we are hoping to sample tomorrow night.
A little more pricey, but the views are fabulous and worth it.
My little observations on Hong Kong life today are that they
use bamboo for scaffolding! See the
pics...... Amazing as it on the high buildings ...