Shenzhenair International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this blog into two parts.
I decided I would travel down to Shenzhen (effectively the border city between China & Hong Kong) during Halloween when Jacob came up to Changsha to visit, I said at the time that I would make the return visit and the past weekend, I finally found time to make the 3 1/2 hour trip on the Chinese Bullet Train down South to China's economic hub which Shenzhen has become.
Like Beijing, Changsha has multiple railway ...
... teeth. This worked when I could be bothered to write the note, but sometimes I just put the brushes in the glasses and this did not work (at least for me). I reckon I used tap water around four times as I kept forgetting. Many times we were served green tea after a banquet, and I found this nice (not my usual thing). In Hong Kong it is ok to drink the tap water. Hong Kong has reservoirs but not enough catchment for the whole population, so surprisingly they get most of ...
... Thai food was heaven for me!)
For our final night we splashed out at Sevva bar, a cocktail bar in one of the skyscrapers. Not a cheap place at $165 (£13ish) a cocktail - we had paid less for the whole day's travel, boat trip and lunch! However the view is exceptional, I think it is unlikely you will find better in Hong Kong island. There was a live band, and it was a glorious night to enjoy a strawberry daiquiri whilst glancing over the tremendous Hong Kong ...
... fully flat and it's covered with a soft pad and a thick duvet. Sooooo comfy and warm! I slept so well that Joe had to violently shake me awake. I got about 7 hours of sleep and Joe got about 6.
With about 3 hours before landing, we decided to have another meal, this time in my pod. We each opted for dishes from the Asian menu. Joe had noodle soup with braised beef and I had a rice bowl with two kinds of pork sausage. Totally delicious! We ...
... for Sue. Went to a small waterfall, Bridespools Falls, then on to a small fishing village where people still practice fish breeding in submerged cages. We returned to HK to have Chinese Dim Sum lunch (Yum Cha). After lunch we wandered the length of Nathan Road, one of the shopping strips of HK. Back to Hotel to pack and have a couple of quiet drinks. After 5 weeks of travelling, we return to Oz tomorrow. We have loved every minute of it. Saving for our next big adventure. Stay ...