7 Days Inn Shenzhen Huaqiang South Road
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... soon. The first half of the symphony was discordant and the second half was pure harmony. I had no idea what to expect and I came away feeling very impressed. My favorite part was the way the conductor and the pianist would leave and come back like 4 times during the applause part of the show. It was like a never ending clap-a-thon.
After the show we had to wait for our ride home. So we were ...
... Sean on a 22-hour
sleeper train! Luckily it was only two of us in the cabin. From there we set out to visit Hongkong,
which was good but weird being back in an English-speaking environment.
After that we went to Guangzhou, which is a massive city in
south China. We spent the night there, went clubbing and headed back to
Shenzhen, then onto Beijing.
And that’s about ...
... lights and hoping the vehicles will stop and let you pass. The revival meetings began tonight, we arrived at the church and spent some time in prayer and then went out onto the streets and inviting the locals to come along. There were a total of 38 people in church tonight with 6 of them being visitors and 3 people receiving Christ and 1 gentleman healed of gout in his ...
... photos every other step towards the top, just to give us a break in this heat. Dripping with sweat we made it to the foot of the Buddha. It must have taken some real dedication to have bought all the materials needed to build such a large, impressive statue in a very high inaccessible place. There were very little signs informing us of what any of the statues surrounding the Buddha meant as there were six different statues all seeming to offer something up to ...
... temperatures! Anyway, we ran around this huge city, ate lots of delicious food, drank awesome cocktails, shopped, saw some impressive architecture and went on a cool tour that showed us an amazing Buddhist temple and gardens tucked away...in the middle of the city. On Saturday we boarded the hydrofoil and headed to Macau for some long overdue gambling. I grew up around gambling, having spent countless weekends with my ...