Home Inn (Shenzhen Railway Station)
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... hard manipulation of your muscles and a knee in the back. Then they massage your arms and hands before shaking them out. They move on to your head and they massage you thoroughly up there. Next, they pull your feet out of the soak and dry off your tootsies. They oil up those toes and your calves and go to town on your feet. It feels ticklish, painful and good in kind of an alternating pattern. After that they massage your calves and end that by waxing up your legs. Which had me ...
... promises of good English, it was tempting but ridiculously expensive.
As the clock struck 12 we arrived back at our metro station after a quick McDonalds dessert on the way, icecream is good at any time of the way! Off to China tomorrow, no more fancy Hong Kong and reliable Internet, we're heading inland and finally going to see Cian. Hope you're all enjoying the read, we're done for the day and loved Hong Kong.
Clíona, Miriam & Des
The flight across wasn't too bad, and arrived safely about 8:00am Hong Kong time.
Passed through customs etc OK, although Teresa go stuck in the slow queue, and I had to wait for her.
The airport here is huge. You need to take a shuttle train from where you land, to immigration. A few choices of getting to our hotel, but decided on the taxi. Getting out of the airport ...
... at each check point. On the Hong Kong side there is a train that leads into the city and connects to the subway lines. Or you can grab a cab or a bus (I think, we didn't use one). The subway can take awhile and may require several transfers to get to where you're going. But it is very cheap. However, if you have lots of luggage or if it's a holiday, the subway might be very inconvenient. Hong Kong at night is beautiful, especially along bay. If you can a high up ...
... of Stars fittingly sets the glamour of Hong Kong's film industry. I took the picture of Bruce Lee and headed to the lobby bar of the Intercontinental Hotel, where the floor-to-ceiling glass walls afford an unobstructed view of the entire Hong Kong skyline. The ambience here was lovely; we had drinks and food here which was really nice and the service was excellent.
We took the metro to Kowloon and then a cable car to the ...