7 Days Inn Shenzhen International Trade Center
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... end of our trip. It worked out though, as the rain and gray skies would have inhibited our plan-riding the cable car system on Lantau Island to see the giant Buddha, as well as great views of the other islands. The rain stopped right as we headed out and the trip was beautiful! We grabbed lunch at a "Western" restaurant, but I can guarantee I've never had rice, corn, fish, gravy, and cheese in the same dish back home :) we walked around more of ...
... and her little brother died of bubonic plague, after
being bitten by a rat while he lay asleep on the mat. I know this
story so well and have heard it so many times.
According to my grandmother
her father swore that he'd never return to Macau or Hong Kong. It
was dirty, congested, and it was where he had lost his wife and son.
We've also heard that it was the reason why her father, out of
special meaning for the Chinese, like the Lucky Bamboo arrangements, and the Bonsai Trees, the miniature trees that have been part of that ancient Chinese art for many generations.
Cut lilies & roses are in abundance of course.. no doubt the massive floral displays in hotels and businesses have originated from here..
Another late start today. We spent time at the Australian Consulate in Guangzhou and got to talk to the Deputy Consul-General Julie-Anne Nichols about trade relations between Australia and China and the role of Austrade in this process. It was very interesting to see their viewpoints on the changes occurring as well as the students being given advice on what they should do in their university studies if they are thinking of getting into this arena. Taylah and Jack did a fabulous job ...
... on offer was varied and delicious. I was tempted to go for the chicken curry and naan bread, but decided against it, in favour for a more continental breakfast.
As we were due to fly from Hong Kong to Brisbane at 9 in the evening, myself and Dee were looking forward to being tourists for the whole day in Hong Kong, so we made sure we had plenty to eat.
Back in the room we packed up and made our way down ...