7 Days Inn Shenzhen Xinzhou
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Sunday was our last day in Hong Kong, and that last day of our whole trip. We enjoyed some leftovers from Hutong for breakfast at Richard's, then said our goodbyes and cabbed it down to the IFC mall in Central. Here we tried out the world-famous "in-town check-in". All of the airlines that depart from Hong Kong International have small check-in desks in one area on the ground floor of the mall. Not only do they check you in and provide your boarding passes, but they take ...
... money, it was more like they just wanted an audience. And because everyone had so much gear with them (amps etc) it felt like everyone was trying to be more professional than a down to earth regular busker. Maybe mong kok is where all the talent scouts hang out, who knows?
- electrical shop staff
Speaking of the electrical district, going to try and buy a memory card with Sepideh later on ...
... the area for food but with last trains looming, we gave up and eventually made our way back to Central where we ran up the 15 flights of escalators (because they stop working at midnight!) and wobbled back to the flat. Instead of happily passing out, Pete set off to the kitchen to satiate our tummies and super quietly made cheese on toast. By cheese on toast I mean 3 types of cheeses and meat on toast! Pete style!
All in all, a pretty epic Boxing Day. xxx
... again. So the day that I spent quite some time writing a blog post, only to delete it accidentally shortly after, was not a good day. I was cross with myself, I was annoyed and frustrated. For quite some time I sulked, actually I cyber sulked because outwardly no-one would have known, but my blog did, my blog suffered. As time passed I felt a bit silly writing back dated posts about what happened in the first week or so because in this world it feels ...
... or so people, to get to the airport. No ticket office in sight, just a few machines dispensing plastic tokens- it even comes in English- that may take you to the airport. "How you go to airport?" Some Chinese man with a nasty comb-over shouts at us from across the walkway. " train!" we shout back. He warns us to take a taxi as the train takes an hour and a half to get to the Shenzhen airport. It's too late, we are halfway down the stairs and almost in the throng pushing us ...