GreenTree Inn Shenzhen Dongmen Business Hotel
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... A local told us that Victoria harbour is rapidly diminishing as they reclaim more and more land. Construction sites are everywhere. We have been seeing as much as we can between tropical downpours. Our hotel is central, modern with good service and clean but......it definitely reflects the value of space here. It is minuscule. I have stayed in very small rooms before but compared to this one they were palatial. We actually have to step ...
... but China's probably one of the worst. Let's look at some of my firsthand experiences, as well as others.
To wish me a merry Christmas and a happy new year, my parents went along and sent me a nice card. They sent it in the beginning of December to give the notoriously bad Chinese postal service time to process it. Christmas passed, sadly, and I didn't receive the card. Then New Years passed. Then Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, and 3 Chinese holidays ...
... which has a glass floor. 7 of us piled into the gondola and began our trek up, up, up. The whole glass floor thing was awesome, but a little scary at first. It's quite a different experience to see the earth below you as you rise higher and higher into the sky.
Lantau Island is much less developed than the areas of Hong Kong usually shown in photos and movies. It is home to Hong Kong's amazing airport, which was built in 1998. The new ...
... Da Cau Nghe Thuat with locals in the park one afternoon, walked over to the West Lake, visited the Vietnamese Women's museum, perused the night market, paid another visit to Fanny's Ice Cream Parlour, sampled some of the Bia Hoi for 5000VND (15p) per glass, ate fantastic food at the New Day Restaurant (a regular haunt for locals and well informed tourists) and went to the theatre to watch a traditional Water Puppet show, thereby ensuring our time in Hanoi was well ...
... friend and my Chinese sister; perhaps one of the only Chinese people that truly got my humor and American perversion without a hitch. I tried not to think about it all too much as I entered the passport line and promptly lost service on my cellphone, indicating I'd left the country. Officially.
I don't recall what I wrote in my previous Hong Kong blog, but my attitude going into it wasn't so positive. I remembered Hong Kong as an insignificant blip in my ...
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