7 Days Inn Shenzhen Xinzhou
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... night and everybody woke up after between 2 and 4 hrs of sleep. Jet lag kicked in. Its 6 hrs time difference between JNB and HKG. And......when no sleep, time to write this blog. And start editing my HKG video. Unfortunately for the majority of you readers the video is for the selected few (crew) only ;-) Tuesday, our last day in HKG. Start with a cappuccino and last visit to PC vd Merwe for the last gadget shopping. Late departure ...
... pancakes. It was out of this world.
At 8 pm we went to the harbor to watch a fifteen minute light show. The tall buildings on the opposite shore are the main attraction as their lights dance in time to the music playing in the background. By 9 pm, we were back in our room.
No wake up call for tomorrow as it is a free day to do as we like. It is also the last day of our trip to China. So sad!
... on one side, and less than a hand span from the other. I have to crawl in from the end. Quite undignified. There are no wardrobes or storage space. So, definitely not built for two overweight Westerners. I guess if all the apartments were roomy, the over 7 million people in Hong Kong couldn't fit in.
Hopefully we'll go out tomorrow, so I can take some photos, do some shopping and show Terry around. If he can stand the heat and humidity.
... 250$HK! The thing is that the same wares are available two stalls down so you can always get a better deal.
We finished the day down at the harbour front once more and thankfully the skies had cleared enough for us to watch the Symphony of Lights and walk past the Avenue of Stars. I am glad that we at least got to see it properly once and we were even surprised to find an empty underground walkway on the way home! When does that ever happen in Hong Kong?
... Ed are ready to explain, show and tutor in their specialty.. creating 3 D royal icing cakes. My fellow students are from Singapore & Macau.. a small group of keen, eager disciples .. what a day for us.. time goes by quickly and soon enough it is "home" time.. Cheers David & Ed.. thanks for sharing & caring..
Will catch up with them another day ..another class.. yippee for me!
Down into the rush ...