City Inn ShenzhenHappy Valley
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... us. On top of the hill they offer us a 10 yuan ride to the bus stop. But we are steeled by each others company. Eric and Maggy from Canada are with us, and young people with electronics to tell us how many meters left. It's a victory. Everybody is willing to pay a man his wages, but this is abuse of our ignorance and extortion. For 2 yuan per person we go to Yi Chang, and after a lot of closed bus stops, Sisi finds the airport express bus, that takes us there for 20 yuan ...
... Hong Kong. More than once today my reaction was an audible wow or woah at how cool the city is. I also spent a lot of the day talking to myself and giving myself props for how great I was doing with finding things and getting around. I did have to ask for directions to the right street for the ladies market and I was glad I had the pictures on the print out since it got a bit lost in translation. Once in the market street I got the urge to shop! I ...
... cool, but I think it’s really overhyped and underdone. They
could have made it much cooler, however it was just a few lasers pointing here,
a flash of lights there, done. When we were done it was free time yet again.
That night we went to Lang Kwai Fong (LKF for short). It’s a street known for
lively nightlife packed with young adults and expats. It truly is an incredibly
fun place to just let loose and have fun.
The next day ...
... br> We walked down the road, looking for a place for dinner, and looking for the place where Nate had seen something remarkable on the way here. We were looking for something with a head, 4 feet and wings... on a stick. We passed a shop with duck tongue and duck liver (you can buy this in bulk, it turns out), animal tendon in "take to school" size, dried fish stomach by the kilo, but no skewered flying squirrel or ...
... pretty much the same flowers as Vancouver) she moved onto the Bird market (budgies and parakeets being sold here) to see the birds and elaborate cages. Form there she hoofed it over to the sportswear market and the goldfish market (just goldfish) before continuing on to the Jade market. Unfortunately, most of the stores were closed even at 11:30 am! I guess they cater to the crowds from the nearby Night market. One her way back she even stumbled upon a locals market ...