Jinjiang Inn Shenzhen Fumin Road
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... decided I may as well have a shower and get ready (it was 8.15am) as we'd arranged to meet Danny to head to the Island at 10am. I noticed Ryan had already left the hostel, way early for him as he had barely left his bed for the past few days. I had my shower and when I had finished, Chloe and Margot (which I now realise is spelt Margaux) were awake too. They both mentioned that they too had been woken up multiple times in the night because of ...
... The island is the area originally colonized by the British and their influence is seen everywhere. We pass by the Cricket Club, the Happy Valley Race Track, and the multitude of homes of the rich and famous of Hong Kong. Before leaving Canada I had reread Taipan, a fictional account of the founding of Hong Kong so I am so excited to be seeing all the landmarks mentioned in the book.
Our first stop is the old fishing village of Aberdeen to see the ...
... must have high standards in light shows! The highlight of the trip was treating myself to a haircut in Tony and Guy. I last had my haircut in a random hairdressers in London the day before we left and the girl did a horrendous job. I didn't realise a trim could go so wrong! Every time I have dried my hair since London, poor Nigel has had to listen to me complain about what a bad job she did and humour me whilst I show him that the ends are all different lengths! I finally got it ...
Joyce described Hong Kong this way: "Singapore on steroids."
There is an urgency here. Everyone is going somewhere, and they're in a hurry.
But for tourists on a cruise boat, with just a few hours available for exploring, Hong Kong is not very dynamic. At least not for us.
The weather, which couldn’t have been more dreary, didn’t help.
Our “Hong Kong Orientation” excursion took us to the usual sights, ...
... 250$HK! The thing is that the same wares are available two stalls down so you can always get a better deal.
We finished the day down at the harbour front once more and thankfully the skies had cleared enough for us to watch the Symphony of Lights and walk past the Avenue of Stars. I am glad that we at least got to see it properly once and we were even surprised to find an empty underground walkway on the way home! When does that ever happen in Hong Kong?