7 Days Inn Shenzhen Huaqiang South Road
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... again, and we ate THE BEST dim sum. It was perfect. The tea was sweet, the dumplings were big, the lai wong bao were liquid. I would go through the hassle of visiting China again just to eat there. And it was so cheap.
After that we walked back to the subway. Shenzhen seemed lovely, perhaps the sunny weather helped, but the streets were spacious, the buildings sensibly sized, and there were plants around. We headed back to Lo Wu - Luo Hu in China - which seemed ...
Saturday 1st November An early start this morning to walk down to another hotel to be picked up for another Viator trip, this time to Macau. Driven through the heavy 7.30am traffic to Kowloon ferry terminal where we met other tourers and got the high speed boat to Macau. The terminal was like being at a crowded airport with people everywhere with cases heading to China as well as Macau. You have an allocated seat and if you stand for any period of time or move to the front to ...
... ourselves to Katsu chicken, Sake and Asahi beer. Lovely.
Luckily while we were having dinner there was a brief thunder storm and we managed to miss the rain but it certainly didn't clear the air and when we came back outside it was as hot as ever.
Another long day out - we were glad to head back to the hotel and have a drink at the bar
Onward to Vietnam tomorrow ..... V ...
... goodbye to others than I did.)
Like many things in life, when it finally happens it's not really what you expected. Getting to Hong Kong was actually a pretty sad experience for most of the tour group. On crossing the border from the mainland, we all knew the deal because Leah had briefed us beforehand: we follow the signs for foreigners, and she'd go to the queue for Chinese nationals. Once we pass through the border exiting mainland China ...
... watching the birds, but eventually we leave and make our way past the artificial lakes, complete with waterfall to the conservatory. We don't have much time and briefly look at the display plants, and desert cacti, unfortunately the humid house is closed. We walk back to the lakes and sit with a drink watching the fish and turtles going about their business. We look up to see a flock of about 20 white and yellow parrots squawking and screeching at ...