Shenzhen Ease Garden Hotel
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... the recommendation!
Highlights have to be the syringe of chill sauce injected into Jemima's duck, and the mango panna cotta with coconut marshmallow!
Tomorrow we fly to Borneo, which we are very excited about. But it seems the weather forecast is thunderstorms, which we are rather worried about!
Lets see what happens!
See you tommorow,
... port in Asia, just after Singapore, and everywhere you look it oozes commerce and prosperity. The density of the high rise buildings on the three islands/peninsulas that surround the elongated harbor is breathtaking, and we could imagine spending a relaxing week here, dining in the great restaurants, seeing the sights and doing a bit of shopping. This is a place that would be fun to return to in the not too distant future.
We are staying in ...
... from coils suspended from the roof was almost overpowering but it was ornate and colourful inside. The temple was so small that the passengers from the coach completely filled it. We then headed for Hong Kong island passing through a tunnel under the sea and eventually reaching the Victoria Peak tram. Views from the top of the peak are wonderful in clear weather but we already knew that today, with low cloud and low visibility this was not going to be the ...
... Vietnamese restaurant; The Piazza's Espressamente illy and awfully chocolate; and various others, such as AKU Japanese Restaurant, Al Pasha, Cool Gelato, Ginza Bairin and Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant.
... meals I've eaten. The price of just under £2, did help it taste better though. To end the day we thought it may be a good time to see the night market. We once again took the Star ferry to Kowloon and walked through the city, taking in the final sights. The night market was slightly disappointing. It may have been the hangover or lack of money, but there did not seem to be much that grabbed our fancy. By the time we had arrived back in Central we were feeling a bit peckish. ...