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... tour (got lost) through the back streets of Shenzhen. It's amazing what we take for granted in Australia and seeing this side of life in other countries is always a highlight to me. 2 hours into our 1 hour transfer we arrive (with a sigh of relief from the driver) at Mission Hills Duggan. Our excitement is short lived as a small issue arises with the saluting guards at the entrance...We are actually booked into Mission Hills Shenzhen, so it's on the ...
Ok so the obsessive in me is compelling me to finish the last entry for HK which is awesome by the way. Despite the terrible weather I had a lovely day. I say day lightly as it did't start until 1.30 on account of my new found holiday ability to sleep in! Day 6 consisted of a walk around the beautiful (and best of all I'd been to parks) Kowloon park and a nosey in the Mosque. Saw some ...
... breakfast, we had Burger King, for lunch, McDonalds, and for dinner, McDonalds again.
I will go on to note, that the McDonalds in Hong Kong served newer items not yet seen in the mainland such as the sponsorship with DC comics. I thought it avant-garde to try one of these sandwiches and came away feeling glad that I have.
In the heart of Hong Kong, lied the financial district. We hadn’t known it at first, but we stumbled out of the ...
... pork but the black truffle dumplings were also a unique treat.
After a day of lounging in the sun and drinking, our second day in Hong Kong was the exact opposite. Hong Kong is known for its numerous hiking trails, and Nicole's friend Ashley, who is an avid trail runner, and told us about one hike that involved "water trekking". The description of water trekking sounded like canyoning-light: hike up a stream and occasionally stop to swim in pools ...
... ignore people and keep on walking after a while. The room was tiny...we have more space and better nights sleep when we take my camper van out for a trip. Don't think the pictures tell the true story of how small that room was. We managed...somehow. Hong Kong has been the most expensive place on our trip so far and I doubt anywhere else will come close. Thankfully the sites we wanted to visit where pretty much free except for a few metro stops ...