Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Fuhua
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A rather slow start, but a very good sleep, saw us out the house by 11. We headed back into Central, where we stumbled upon a Pret A Manger...would have been rude to have breakfast anywhere else! The it was a walk up to the Hong Kong Zoo and Botanical Gardens, both free activities. It turns out HK is extremely hilly as soon as you leave the waterfront area... I wouldn't go so far as to call it a zoo, either. More of an avary and primate ...
... western tourist, but the most interesting part of the market were the surrounding streets with huge neon signs and the restaurants that had the “catch of the day” in red plastic buckets with running water.
Here, you could choose your fish as you entered the restaurant. Wen went back home EXHAUSTED but happy for all the pictures we had taken and the ...
... process prior to entry and this is what caused the bottle neck at the entries. But as usual, we were admitted via a side entrance and did not have to join the queue. Again, the guide thing...such a bonus. For this venue, Miranda had organised an "audio phone" for us...you dial in the number of the display and listen to the commentary. It was a super idea. And so began our 3 hour exploration of Chinese coins and seals, calligraphy and painting, jade and jewels, ...
... of size 16 bowling balls.
As they say, all good things come to an end and fortunately so must all bad things and fortunately I survived the night. The end of this bus journey saw us scramble across the boarder with one point two billion Chinese folk and eventually we found our way to the flat we're being hosted in for a couple of nights, Hong Kong is bloody expensive for hostels so we're taking advantage of a very kind lady we met in North Korea. ...
... a white frothy wake. Starving we headed home through Central traffic to eat some doorstop ham sandwiches and take a short break.
Back out we went all dressed up for cocktails at the China Club. Had picked up a heavy cotton grey sweater for Jack earlier at the peak to pull over his shirt for later in the evening when it is getting pretty cold. We made it to the Post Office as it was closing to buy stamps ...