Home Inn (Shenzhen Railway Station)
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... place to try shopping. There was a huge mall which was just an absolute treat; floor upon floor of very similar shops selling handbags, tailor made clothes, kids toys, and electronics. We'd forgotten that smoking and spitting were allowed indoors.
In terms of fakes, Shenzhen is the place to go and there were plenty of Westerners with suitcases ready to haggle. Apparently there are four grades of goods to be found:
Grade 1 is the legit item
Grade 2 is ...
... eventually my dorm. They certainly seemed impressed by the size of the campus - every time we arrived to a new building they asked: "So is this where you live?" No, it was EVEN further away.
After the campus tour I unfortunately had to go and attend a class. That afternoon, my Account Planning and Management class professor was taking us to Group M - the world's largest media investment company. Here we would meet Hong Kong's CEO and get a live brief from one of their ...
... run-down buildings in the city but not many compared to the modern and clean ones.
... areas of the city. Next, we headed to Man Mo Temple located on Hollywood street. It was a pretty neat, old temple with a lot of incense sticks burning inside. We checked it out and then continued walking back toward the Sheung Wan subway station. Throughout the day we stopped in about a total of 3 grocery stores. We tried to grab some interesting items to try and eat. The worst one that we will never buy again was licorice lemons (dried lemons with ...
The Star Ferry is the starting point for "Dave's Mediocre Tour". The 4 of us met up with Veggie Phil, Steve (Phil's dad) and Linda (Phil's aunty/Steve's sister). Plenty of photo opportunities on the ferry to Wan Chai, Time for a quick coffee then we hopped on a tram to Western Market, the old Harbour Office building which is full of small shops selling british styled goods. We continued on through the wholesale market streets where various dried bits of fish and ...