Shenzhenair International Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... is on the southern side of HK island. Beautiful spot with little coves of white beaches and clear bluey green waters. The inevitable market was present and Ben was pleased with boardies for $7 each. Quicksiver too! Lovely to see that Judes card maker is exporting to that market too. She is busy.
Late in the afternoon we thought we would take the bus back to the hotel rather than the train as ...
... Free shop for less money. Our last stop was Man Mo Temple the worship of the civil or literature God takes place within these walls. Many prayers take place at this temple especially prior to students major exams. Lily offered that perhaps students should just study more.We spent time in Hong Kong Park where we visited the Tea Museum at the Flagstaff House one of the only remaining examples of western architecture in Hong ...
... and science scores are 130, 70, and 80 points ahead of us, respectively (to put it into perspective, the highest score of any is 630 points). That's a pretty impressive leap, and I can see why people are concerned, and why people are frantically searching for a way to solve this "problem". I can tell you how--it's simple, and it's what Asian schools do (I wish I could say that's a generalization--it's not).
Remember how much it sucked the life out of you ...
... was around 25 and we really under estimated the value of damage the sun could do.
After 5 hours on the beach we decided to head back. It was only at this point we realised the sun had damaged us. Sunburnt along our shoulders. Nathans much worse. And whenwe arrived back we realised how bad it actually was. We had put sun creamon, factor 30, but should have re applied again! A lesson learn and maybe it happened on our first bit of sun.
... The flight was smooth and only bumpy towards the end, and we landed just as the sun was coming up. In Hong Kong we had a nine hour layover, and thankfully the tour had organized for us to be in the Premiere Executive Lounge so we could relax, eat and shower. (Side note: As a person who travels cheap and is used to long waits in airports, paying for a lounge when you have a long wait is the way ...