Vienna Hotel (Shenzhen Huasha)
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... 8211; we paid $48 US each. October 3: expedition to Lantau Island. We took a ferry to Lantau island, and then took the public bus up to the Big Buddha. It was a pretty exciting ride, the driver set a new speed record. The big Buddha was, well, big. Lots of tourists, lots of incense being burned, and an OK vegetarian lunch. October 4: nothing. Reading, packing, and looking out the window. It's rainy and windy out ...
... thirsty so stopped at the Sky LouLounge at the Sheraton. Legged it across to the Star ferry so I could tick it off my list before catching The Light show. Last stop? Sai Kung for dinner at Hung Kee seafood restaurant where we picked our alive dinner from their tanks, I had to cut my shrimp open with scissors and found that sucking on the shell is in fact delicious! Who knew hey?! In total, 170k covered in 11 fantastic ...
... 2 workers orange.Wonderful I already enjoy.
And then you hear someone behind you making noise while eating, very loud, ugh =_="
12.46They took in my ticket and gave me a pas in return... why?!
15.20Just been to the toilet, squat.It is of course a hole in the floor but it's clean and there's toiletpaper. And most important it is there! :)
Originally I wrote these notes down in Dutch. ...
... about 20 minutes. So turns out when I returned from going to the beach for the day I was greeted at the hostel by the big American guy and was invited to go drinking with him and a few other guys from the hostel! It turned out that the American 'Tom' was actually well alright, and we met an Austrian guy, and an English guy called Charlie! The most surprising thing of all was that we went to a massive horse racing event in the middle of Hong Kong, followed by a night ...
... to know how we actually felt about Hong Kong. In Hong Kong there are 7 million people living in the area of 1,100 km2 which means 6,300 people per km2. Space is a precious commodity in Hong Kong and the size of hotel rooms or apartments proves such a theory perfectly. There are too many tall buildings, narrow streets and confined spaces. The climate isnīt pleasant either: itīs very hot and humid, which might contribute to the fact that the streets of Hong ...