The Ritz-Carlton, Shenzhen
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Hong kong baby! It's so exciting being here!!! I flew by myself from Sydney to here and it was actually quite fun! I watched 3 movies and listened to music etc. didn't even get to sleep! The Chinese are very noisy!! It's unbelievably humid here...I thought Singapore was hot but this is unreal! We went to see the harbour last night with all the lights etc. My dads friend who is from here took us for a wee tour to it. Trying some shops and markets today! Bring it ...
... There is a big emphasis on new and there are barely any low or aged buildings. Words like dragon, pearl, golden and jade feature everywhere (hence Josh's sign).
Visited OCT Loft- lots of old factories converted (preserving the original features, rare in China) into brilliantly designed restaurants, shops and galleries. Later to OCT Bay- a huge entertainment complex full of restaurants, bars, cinemas, and the most over-the-top ...
I soon found out that Hong Kong has a substantial art community and musical performances,art exhibits, wine tastings, and lots of these events were accessible and common. Hong Kong also had some fantastic outdoor activities, kayaking, and snorkeling, boating, sailing, hiking on the various peaks in the area, parks,cyclist clubs, and lots of community activities bringing the families outdoor. One of my favorite ...
... 4 in the morning.
Our first day in Hong Kong and we thought we would try some of the local cuisine, we didn't like the look of it so with it being Friday, Sub of the day – Tuna. Cultured. We then had a go on the worlds largest outdoor covered escalator, with bars all along the way. It looked like an unusual way to do a bar crawl. We were walking around Hong Kong park and for some reason the conversation turned to evolution which Melissa concluded with ...
... and stuff which went over my head!
Once we finished at the Buddha we walked down the steps to the Monastery. The monastery was that of the typical Chinese architecture you would see in any Chinese film, bright reds, greens and tonnes of gold. Very nice, and a lovely bit of culture to witness. We had our ‘snack’, which turned out to be more like a meal, Spring Rolls, Wontons, and Vegetable Noodles, very nice indeed, before ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility