Motel 268 (Shenzhen Huanggang)
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... take-aways. Fortunately for us there are some areas of the city where the two activities (shopping and eating) overlap. This is perfect for us. So much for centrally planned economies.
The Occupy students clearly have the high moral ground (and I support them wholeheartedly) but I am afraid this is a small step on a very long road and I am sure that this current unrest (Special Incident) will ...
... Mansion drinking draught Guinness. Thus, we made a happy dot after another wonderful day spent in the presence of my parents.
Day 3: July 3, 2014
Our last day in Hong Kong we slept till late, checked out at 11.00 and then just walked along the Nathan Road and adjacent streets. We also had a look at some electronics which was quite cheap in Hong Kong. Most stores claimed they were tax-free but sometimes it was hard to believe it.
We assume you ...
... and check out the tropical rainforest. They have some trees and plants which are pretty interesting here!
The loop took us about an hour as we encircled the summit and came back to the terminal. Thankfully on the way back down we were able to get some seats. We also wanted to do the Dragon's Back hike on the other side of the island, but the bad visibility crossed that off and Steffie told me about a Buddhist nunnery and garden on the other side of ...
... the green one. We set off early in order to catch the first one at 9.30 this was on Hong Kong Island which meant catching the ferry across. We had to get the shuttle therefore by 8.30. This we managed after breakfast at 7.30. We did the full tour on the red bus first, then waited for the green bus. This second one took two hours. A couple of Americans had recommended the green one to us yesterday as it went out to the south part of the island and into rural ...
... from the top deck of the buses were amazing, there are over 200 islands that make up Hong Kong and its a mix of huge sky scrapers and mountains covered in greenery. To get the best view of the city we ventured up to the Peak view point which is a pretty good place to go and watch the world go by along with great photo opportunities. The ferry from Kowloon to Hong Kong island was another good trip, only cost 25p and you got to see the whole of Victoria ...