Shenzhenair International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... the office, Ronald gave me a tour of the different departments, the major ones being the quality control department, and the quality assurance department. The head of the quality assurance department took me around for a tour of the testing area, which is essentially the part where they perform an elaborate set of tests to make sure the products (in this case, children's toys) respect all the standards put in place by ...
... to admire the skyline. When we came back to our dorm we had our first truly unpleasant experience with Asia: there was a huge cockroach in the bathroom! In general all insects here are a LOT bigger than those in the Netherlands, and as some of you may remember the hornet incident of 2012, you know that those ones already scare me to death... These next months will be quite a challenge when it comes to that. (Fortunately no more cockroaches have been spotted - ...
... meet back at midnight, because we only had one set of keys. On the ferry, you can see the entire skyline lit up, but I didn't realize the ride was so short, so I didn't take any photos. I met a nice Philippino named Ian on the ferry though, and we decided to go up the peak together.
It was quite worth the price, although you don't have to shell out $HK 40 for the tram, because there is a public bus ...
... to find some shade from the midday sun as we joined the queue for the Peak Tram. Just an hours stop at the top for photos, coffee and comfort break, it's a packed programme. Taxis down to Stanley for tapas lunch on the balcony of Murray House (just as good as the last time we were there with Brian & Hil). There's still time for a wander around Stanley market and a beer on the seafront, where we ...
... finaleŽ is the slide show that chronicles each day's events and all the fun that was had.
This group was truly special. It was mentioned how there wasn't the "late" one or the "whiney" one, as many groups usually have. I was particularly impressed with Pat. She had recently lost her husband and had the courage to step out of her comfort zone and travel alone. The best part was that she wasn't ever alone : )