Master Hotel (Shenzhen Bao'an West Country)
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... food as I was too tired to explore more but on my way back some dude apologised for stalking me but kept following me up to the lift to go to the hostel when he asked if it would be ok for him to come up with me.. urm no thanks o.O hopefully that's the only creep for my time here though as everyone else has been nice and helpful :) tomorrow I plan to do more touristy things.. If I get over this ...
... br> Tonight we decided on a French Cafe for dinner. The view was a big draw and the menu looked appealing but it proved to be an overpriced disappointment (but it did have wonderful French bread). We pass on dessert and head to the waterfront for a look at the buildings lit up in an wonderful display of colour. It is an amazing sight and we are so grateful for a clear evening and being able to see across the harbour. Tomorrow we move to our cruise ship and on to Vietnam. ...
Nigel: Hong Kong was a destination which we had previously visited and the intention of this visit was to have a brief look around and to recharge our batteries. We were also flying out from here to South America. Originally, we had only planned to spend 3-4 days here but the cost of hotels in Macau (somewhere else we were going to go revisit) was so expensive we ended up changing our plans and spending 6 days in Hong Kong instead. We also decided to blow the budget a little and get ...
... mainly me), so we decided to break for it. A coffee shop located right next to the tram station was only a block and a half away, but I got drenched running over there. You'd think we'd be better prepared for rain heading to Asia for two months during the rainy season, right? Anyway, we grabbed some coffee and ham and cheese croissants, and waited out the rain. I should interject here and say that of the three countries we've visited, ...
... It's no surprise that the boom of China's economy coincided with American culture spreading all over--for some reason people get angry that a capitalist nation, well, capitalized. "But John, we're ruining their long-lived culture!" Oh, you mean the one that Mao Zedong tried to destroy himself? I'm sure the Chinese are devastated. No, they're not--the Chinese government allows this cultural diffusion because it stimulates the economy, end of story--its their number ...