Home Inn (Shenzhen Zhuzilin)
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... after lunch time and HOT!. Of course that didn't stop me having a few purchases. Along the way we also stopped where the famous Floating Jumbo restaurant is. I had been warned not to eat there that the food was not good. But if you looked at it from the front you would be impressed. We had a ride in a sampan and were able to have a look at the back and the kitchen area. All I can say is oooo! Looked like a junk yard. I am ...
The official languages of Hong Kong are English and Cantonese, a type of Chinese. Hong Kong has the most sky scrapers in the world. More than twice as many as New York City! A sky scraper is a building with more 14 floors. The population of Hong Kong is seven million people. The area of Hong Kong is over 1092 square km. In 1842 the british army took control of Hong Kong from ...
... was actually from the upper deck of our ship, docked at the Ocean Terminal. Both shores of the bay are filled with amazing architecture. Considering that Hong Kong’s #1 industry is banking, it’s no wonder that tallest structures are banks. Some of them are topped off with a massive video display like the ones at a football stadium.
We were told to be prepared for an impressive light show emanating from these high-rises beginning at 9pm ...
... items so many come to try and get a bargain also..
My last course was with the lovely Karen Davies, a U.K. decorator who now specialises in molds and producing books..our time was productive and informative.. soo relaxed and informal as has been my whole time here.. have met such lovely folk..
Leaving the Convention Centre for the last time , I headed south into the midst of Wanchai where locals were at their fresh markets.. ...
... to stop making a massive fuss about the hotel Wifi, then got into the room, showered and collapsed into the strangely shaped but comfortable bed at 4:30 am.
Despite being unspeakably exhausted, neither of us managed to sleep well, and eventually woke up around 9-10am. I had tried to wake up earlier to call some people, but my phone had run out of credit completely. Nicola's phone only worked if someone were to call her, but it did work. My memory of the ...