7 Days Inn (Shenzhen Diwang)
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... around areas I had seen previously - I decided to settle down for a beer at a small locals restaurant. The news was scrolling updates on the democracy protests taking place a short distance away and a very heated debate between a handful of old chaps, one of whom kept threatening to walk away before returning with more forcefully expressed opinions each time. I thought that if the issue was igniting such passions amongst a small group away from the ...
For us it was extremely good not to sleep through the alarm clock for once and we where up and out before 7. This was mainly down to the fact that we had a 24 hour train ticket that we had picked up the day before and it ran out at 11 so we wanted to get the full use out of it. We first headed over to a temple and had a look around and it was very impressive but the gardens did not open till 9 so we jumped back on the train and headed over ...
... diminished the Chinese fondness for gambling. We're staying at the Conrad which is a Hilton hotel but it's across the street from the Four Seasons and Venetian. Wednesday is not a busy day here, and since we are Hilton Honors members they upgraded us to a huge suite with a living room, dining room, a bedroom and two bathrooms! Gwynn even got them to throw in WiFi. She delighted our check in person by saying "Wo ai ni" ...
Wednesday the 20th of November
The day was cloudy but there was no mist nor rain.
We needed to go to Tsim Sha Tsui to see Thomas - an optician who provides great service, and is a good friend.
Libby need some new lenses for glasses we had bought from Thomas earlier.
So after our usual breakfast and Cova stop, we walked to the MTR station and took the Tsuen Wan line to Tsim Sha Tsui.
A brief walk to Thomas's shop, and after spending a pleasant ...
SHENZHEN So on the 24th September it was time to leave the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong and head north into China. I was already feeling apprehensive maybe a little edgy about our visit. In my old job I often had to help a lot of students from China and had often experienced a very a obvious and awkward culture clash with them. Our 48 hour planned visit also required us to apply for a visa, we were accepted first time around but the process was rather lengthy ...