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... on a thunderstorm to bid us farewell and it is quite amazing. We can't see a thing at one stage.
We decide to finish the trip in style and take the Shangri la Limo to the airport where we are met by another hotel rep who takes control of our luggage and guides us through the airport to the Cathay Pacific check in. This time we are given directions for the Cathay Pier Lounge where we head with a bit of last minute Duty Free shopping on the way.
... sort of area, a lot quieter and almost felt like a completely different country walking up these little quiet streets until we got to the brass shop. Karry and I had a lovely time wandering around here looking at their wares, they have a big variety of brass ornaments as well as porcelain and cloisonné goods. We settled on a few things and some of these purchases will definitely have to come home with Joc in her container.
... so in the evening we go out to try our luck at finding a restaurant close to the hotel. When we go down to reception there is a clap of thunder and it is absolutely chucking it down. So we wait till it relents a little and then go to a place very close by. Fortunately we strike lucky this time and it is fine.
This may be the last posting till 10th April when we arrive in Singapore because there may not be good enough wi-fi on the cruise to upload the blog. Be seeing you.
... without any incident just a prolonged check of the passport and an intimidating look from the official at the desk. Eventually we found the exit, immediately we were confronted by the police who wanted to know where we planned to go next. I think they had been tipped off about us as they weren't stopping anyone else. We politely explained we wanted to go to Shenzhen East railway station. They told us to head up an escalator and we would see signs in English for the ...
... lots of information in the morning (including that the 'guy' who we met in the morning is the CEO of the company!!) then at lunchtime we went to a Thai restaurant just down the road. It was pretty nice food and fairly cheap - always a winner!! We went back to the office where we were given more information by other people and then we went home. Tonight I met up with Wai-Ming. An old school friend. ...