7 Days Inn (Shenzhen Shuibei Zhubaocheng)
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... around me like an old friends warm hug.
We bought our new plane tickets direct from Taiyuan to HK and we arrived in HK around 8pm. We took a bus straight from the airport 14 stops to the stop closest to the hostel we would be staying at. Located in the heart of Causeway Bay! We crash so *******ce we landed in our 4 bed dorm, sharing a room with two of the cutest Korean girls I have ever met. Tomorrow is going to be a long day so for now I ...
... inside the skyscrapers connecting streets below like a parallel mega money universe. Sometimes it was hard to find your way out of them because they all looked the same - just more glitzy shops at every turn - you can’t get your bearings at all without the shapes of the buildings outside. I hate shops when you have no money. Very dispiriting.
The other thing which was disconcerting here was the use of IT. I know at home we are all used to people using mobiles ...
... spot after a long nights transit. We headed to another place for dessert and shared several different desserts together to maximize the types we could try. Two of our deserts had durian nomnomnom.
We had lots to catch up on and talk about (especially since he works in the financial sector of the mining industry). It was great to see him again and to get awesome tips of things to do/see while in HK.
-- Ryan L.
... down the mountain. We walked about
20 feet and ended up finding a taxi stand where the taxis all offered fair
prices. Luckily we did because it took about 15 minutes by cab to get down the
mountain. That would have been quite a long hike had we decided to walk all the
The next morning we started out the day with some morning
dim sum. I have to say, I’m not really a big fan of dim sum first thing in the
... although I think they are considered to be a bit of a pest. This has the feel of a very spiritual place, there are rules regarding the behaviour of all visitors and sitting outside listening to the priests chanting with the smell of incense in the air, it was a wonderful, peaceful place. But the outside world beckons and we leave this wonderful place and head down the mountain and across the street to see IKEA Hong Kong style. Which ...