Shenzhen Ease Garden Hotel
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... blowing in from the sea, but it was still hot, hot, hot. After lunch we piled ourselves back into a taxi and retreated to the wonder of air conditioning. By mid afternoon we decided to treat ourselves to a sumptuous afternoon tea that the hotel puts on. It might look like a lot but in fact we managed to demolish it with out too much trouble. Late in the afternoon, Harry Viv and I took off for a quick assault on the Mong Kok markets again (Jeff decided he had done his ...
... met Australians, French, Germans and of course Chinese, turning our evening into 'work’ as we chatted in other languages…
On Sunday morning we caught the bus to the cable car base to go and see the Big Buddha with Justin and Olivia. As the name suggests it was massive, and as we got higher we saw some of the work being done on the new bridge from Lantau Island to Macau, which will be the longest sea bridge in the world when it’s completed. ...
... was on the Kowloon side (West hotel, near Austin metro line) and agreed to have quick showers and meet some of the group to go and see if we could get a view across the harbour to Hong King island with its famous skyline that we were desperate to see. After a quick bite to eat round the corner and the best noodles I have had so far we walked through Kowloon park towards Nathan road which is one of the main roads leading down to the harbour front The group had now shrunk to just us ...
... take pictures of the lightening against the skyscrapers until we get told to come inside as it's too dangerous. Dan looking even greener at this point. Fortunately he's not sick and is fine once we disembark.
Taxi to airport is over laden with the 5 of us and our 5 enormous suitcases. We leave HK in the heavy rain. Seems fitting somehow.
Luckily we have our coats to hand as next stop is ...
... that from all the way over here for a U.S. product). Appreciate that strangers will tend to your every need even if they have no idea what kind of person you are--and will go out of their way to make sure you get that passport, with extra pages, within days of your departure to China (even if it was your fault to begin with that you started so late).
When it comes down to it, it's pretty amazing. We have this very intricate, complex system in the U.S. in which ...