Sunshine Hotel Shenzhen
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... after lunch time and HOT!. Of course that didn't stop me having a few purchases. Along the way we also stopped where the famous Floating Jumbo restaurant is. I had been warned not to eat there that the food was not good. But if you looked at it from the front you would be impressed. We had a ride in a sampan and were able to have a look at the back and the kitchen area. All I can say is oooo! Looked like a junk yard. I am ...
... and we visited many of them. The first one was the Gold Fish Market, with dozens of little shops selling beautiful fish in lots of types and sizes. Most of the shops had the fish already in transparent plastic bags with water and with the price written in marker. At the same market we also saw a section where cats and dogs were sold. Elena and Ariana could not move from those stores and loved pointing at ...
... Central Hong Kong.
We were walking back to our hotel along the waterfront and decided to take a ferry ride across the harbour to the Kowloon side where there were lots of touts etc. But we had a cup of coffee and a wander around (Sandy took millions of photos) before jumping on the ferry back to our side of the harbour.
On one of our outings we had noticed there was a Ruth Chris Steakhouse restaurant here so decided to go there for dinner on ...
... the next morning around 8am. When we arrived on the bus we were surprised to see it was kitted out with beds. I've never seen a bus with full on beds. Three rows of bunks laid end to end. It didn't look too bad until we were shown to our beds. At the back of the bus, where the aisle ended, there was a huge honey moon suite of a bed, except this was more of a honey moon bed for Hugh Heffner as five people were expected to sleep on it with ...
... pedestrians travel in herds or flocks using the ancient evolutionary tactic of safety in numbers. Finally, we arrived at the hotel which was honestly one of the most fancy places I've been to. The staff took out baggage, delivered it to our rooms, gave us wifi, and were generally really nice people. I liked them, and I hope they liked me instead of disapproving of the 400 billion kgs of socks and undies stored in my bag. We got to the room, which was on the 10th floor and offered a ...