Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Chunfeng
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... dragged, my I-pod had died and my kindle was buried in my rucksack so all I could resort to was looking out the window. Having said that it wasn't a bad thing. Hong Kong is a lot bigger than I thought it was and the northern part of the island is very beautiful with leafy hills towering over the road and railway. It was also gloriously sunny too so everything looked instantly beautiful regardless.
We stopped of in a shopping mall to buy lunch ...
... what is set in front of us.
Lunch today was empty heart vegetables boiled and coated in weird creamy goo, fermented and shredded unidentifiable substance served with boiled and salted squash, beef tendon stew, and an entire fish eyeball and all. I’ve been eating a lot of rice!
It was raining extremely hard this morning (welcome to the tropics), so the group decided not to go ...
... and felt pretty low and very homesick. I was questioning whether I could go on any more and if I should just go home. I'm currently sitting on a train in China so I obviously didn't, although I felt this way throughout most of Hong Kong. I met a guy in the hostel Called Kristian from Finland and spent the day with him. We went on the metro to 'The Peak' which is the highest point in Hong Kong that gives the best city view in the world (apparently). En route ...
... absolutely shattered but since Hong was the only one who had to work the next day and he was up for it, I had no excuse not to go (other than the fact that I can't sing to save my life). After Karaoke, I just about made it back to the border before they closed it for the night and even managed to get home before Hong and Nana. A lot of people ask me why do I travel alone and there are many reasons but it is at times like these that I remember why I do it, you just never know who you might ...
To my friends and family… HELLO FROM HONKERS! It’s hard to believe I've already been here for a month and I’m sorry this update has taken so long but here I am...! So sit yourselves right down, grab a “cuppa” (or something stronger) ‘cause I've got lots to share. I should probably mention upfront that my writing is neither as good nor as humourous as my big brother’s so please bear with me. The hardest part of moving abroad ...