Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Hua'Nan Cheng
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... wishing us a Happy Honeymoon.........
Over drinks in the lounge we meet a couple who are in the room next us, an Irishman and his new English wife who just happened to be on their honeymoon. Oh oh, but they advised they also got a bottle of champagne but no roses. We manage to scoff enough food and drink to keep us happy and go back to our room to watch the laser light show over the Harbour before heading out to the Temple Street Night Market. No purchases ...
... the Chinese way, by dictation. Its history is drilled into its citizens' brains, minus all the bad stuff like 30 million people dying during a certain revolution, and they are taught by their elders and teachers that Chinese culture is the best. Fortunately and unfortunately, they have Western media to blame for their citizens not completely buying that, as they slowly figure out certain freedoms are ignored.
In other words, we're looking at a nation where 92% ...
... floor room. This morning we wandered around a super high end mall just marveling at the difference between that and the markets in Indonesia. We then spent a delightful morning with Gwynn's cousin, Amy. She is a children's shoe designer and she has started her own show business, Lucky Sole. Amy was gracious enough to let us dump all our luggage with her. We shared one small bag she lent us for the two day visit to Macau. ...
... masochistic exercise of looking at what was on sale.
Our patience did not last long. We soon left having bought very little.
It was a relief to get out of the store.
In search of some tranquility we sought out the Eslite bookstore which we knew was close by. But tiredness won out and we took the MTR back to Admiralty and the Conrad.
We had booked a table for the evening at a new restaurant - "Cuisine Cuisine", which features a mix of traditional ...
... hostel to get a few hours kip as i had barely slept in the past 24 hours.
In the evening i took the ferry over to Hong Kong Island $2.30 (£0.20) and then a bus up to Victoria Peak which is a beautiul spot over looking the whole city, it was absolutely stunning and probably my favourtie place so far. The bus journey to the peak was $10 (£0.80) each way, a bargain for such incredible sight.
I will catch you in a few days!