Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Hua'Nan Cheng
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... of all the other shows we'd seen!! There were huge fountains with a light show in the water and fire on the water. It was superb!! We, along with everyone else, left after the show. We ended up walking to the ferry port- took ages but we did see some random things! Like a Liverpool FC bar, a shop selling replica guns and a load of people selling knock off iPhone 5's right outside an Apple shop!! Whilst waiting for the ferry we saw a man who must have been mid ...
Today is our last full day on Holiday's so we decided to do some more wandering around Kowloon. Shopping for those last minute trinkets, and clothes.
Shopping completed, and back to the hotel to change. For tonight we dine on the Peak.
Information received on how to get to the Peak Tram, we ventured out. The MTR was easy enough, and the directions we great, but then we arrived at the Tram Stop to ...
... is the diversity of things we learn. We don't learn just about U.S. history, and we don't learn that every U.S. leader is amazing (though Washington's treated like a demi-god, despite sucking at being an actual wartime general). We're taught, or can discuss, their flaws and the country's flaws. We're taught that Jefferson had sex with his slaves and didn't give a rat's ass (AP history, there). We can raise our hand and say, as one of my high school classmates did, that ...
... down the hill and to the outlet mall near the cable cars. Shopped for a while and made our way back to Kowloon Dinner back at the store behind our hotel coz we were too tired to go any further. By now my friends were dead tired and they retired to their rooms. H and I went on to explore the area. We walked past a dessert store which sells steamed eggs and milk. Yummy .... Continue our stroll along Nathan Rd and ended at the night ...
... station quarters are now derelict as well with not too many troops being stationed here.
We then drive to a small Hakka village on the Luk Kung Road. A lot of the houses here are now derelict and standing locked. The houses are handed down through the generations but none of the younger people want to live here anymore and have left. We passed a house where the owners were now in LOndon and spoke to a man who was visiting from his home ...