Universal International Hotel
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From Shanghai we caught a bus & spent most of the day travelling in the rain to Huangshan. The following morning we caught a local bus & went to Yellow Mountain (Huangshan Mountain). Our tour leader estimated that there was a 3 hour queue waiting at the cable car station, so we decided to climb the mountain instead. There are various walking tracks & cable cars on Yellow Mountain & I think we hiked to Bright Summit Peak where there is a ...
... was very impressive. There were 42 tables of 10 seats per table and it was a full sit down dinner. The dinner started at 8 pm with an open bar until midnight. As you entered the hall, there were servers holding trays of champagne, red and white wine, and beer. I chose to celebrate with a glass of the bubbly. We started with an appetizer of scallops tartar. I was a little leery of eating raw scallops but I figured the kitchen knew what they were doing. The main course was ...
... draing weeks leading up to it. Its good to leave work and personal stuff behind! Its start of spring and i brought a 1967 rabbit nicket to bring fortune and protection o this journey. Im not superstitious just believe in the chinese sign of the rabbit!
A21 got me to bustling nathan and jordan roads at the jordan mtr in kowloon. Embassy hotel was classic srewart backpacker day guest house. The reviews on trip advisor were ...
... stores. Apparently people would go to these book stores and just sit and read all day (I know, it sounds like a library and they had those too but these were actual stores where people go and buy books), I'm sure a few were brought too. We visited a big park and also took pictures of a statue of Deng Xiao Ping. DXP is the man credited with opening up China. I can see life in Shenzhen being pretty chilled, we had a spot of tea, sat outside at a location that wouldn't be too dissimilar ...
... if I wanted to buy a bag of delicious chicken feet and the shopkeeper told me that was HK$12 I would know that it would cost me about £1.00 back home HK$24 would be £2 etc. Any further currency issues guys please ask your parents. This is very important so uncle Martin can see how much I am spending.
What does this have to do with sweets I hear you ask? Over the past few days uncle Martin has acquired a pocket full of coins which he hates, so I suggested we use some ...