Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Chunfeng
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Some weeks need a bit of perspective and I think last week was one of them. You see I was battling a bit of a stomach bug most of the week. I won’t go into the details because I trust everybody has experienced a stomach bug for themselves. To make matters better I seemed to have a head cold hit on Wednesday, on top of the stomach bug. So I was not exactly in prime form when school got going on Thursday. I made it through despite my issues but only
just barely. Luckily mid-day ...
... plane ride and when we finally got to our destination (Hong Kong) we figured out that we had overdressed. Literally. It was much hotter than Japan and we were in heavy pants and coats. Soon we found our taxi driver and off we went. After about an hour of driving we arrived at our apartment. The elevator had a strange smell but otherwise the rest of the apartment was fabulous. There was a large flat screen television, two bedrooms, and an enormous kitchen. After my ...
... to allow glimpses of the city and harbour.
After spending a good few hours up there (and in the junk shops), we went back to our room.
Merc had seen we were in Hong Kong, and suggested a restaurant on the mainland.
Being the expert train travellers we are, we caught the train across, and walked through the Temple St markets - more of Teresas favourite shops - you even get to haggle ...
Capital city of China Beijing.
Language spoken Standard Chinese (Standard Mandarin).
Currency used Renminbi.
Population 1.351 billion.
Major Religion Taoism,confucianism and lslam .
The observant among you yesterday will have noticed that I mentioned buying sweets. What does that have to do with the twelve times table I hear you ask. I will explain...... Joseph, I know that you are brilliant at your tables and that mammy has always told you how important it is to learn them. But you must have asked yourself the same question that I did when I was learning them ...... Why? Pay attention all younger readers. £1.00 is worth about HK$12 or 12 Hong Kong dollars. So ...