Home Inn (Shenzhen Zhuzilin)
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... around 6000 people living per square mile.
Ok so our first stop was Lantau Island and a small fishing village on the coast. The contrast when we crossed the water between Kowloon and Lantau was amazing. As built up as Kowloon was, Lantau was the polar opposite. Our scenery changed from tower blocks to mountains and rugged protected coastlines. Apparently a lot of ex pats live on Lantau and I am not at all surprised. It ...
We enjoyed a sleep-in today - one benefit of doing your own planning instead of being in a tour group.
Before heading off for the day, we walked a couple of streets away to a local laundry, where a bag of washing would cost less than a single shirt done through the hotel!
We continued with our idea of seeing places which would be busy at the weekend. We caught the underground (MTR) for the first time this trip and confirmed that this triggered the ...
We left Yangshuo late last night and took a bus to Guilin station for the second sleeper train experience of this tour. It was pretty horrible again.... 13 hours trying to avoid using the toilets (I won't go in to details other then to say they were disgusting) and being woken up by people getting on and off at various ...
... us to view the deep and personal character of a city, from the laundry hung out in public to gardens on rooftops or balconies.
It was Wednesday morning in Hong Kong although for us, it was late Tuesday evening. We decided to do a reconnaissance of the city on foot so that the sunlight could reset our body clocks.
Hong Kong was fascinating and alluring at the same time. It was a total ...
... aimlessly passed the shops. Suddenly we were accosted by an interesting looking character. He wore worker cargo pants and a smart white shirt' he held a brief case with a funny looking mobile phone attached to his belt. He spoke to us in near perfect English which seemed a bit strange considering our surroundings. After a two minute conversation he pointed us in the direction of the metro, he told us to head for a station called Buji. We would find the East ...