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Woke up and headed down to breakfast at our hotel L'hotel on causeway bay. Ate brekkie and did some Uni work. Them headed in the ding ding to Hong Kong Park. The public green space is the biggest in the city and didn't disappoint. It had big lakes with turtles , coy and waterfalls. Tai chi square with a lookout up 105 stairs that showed the amazing contrast of the mountains and the skyscrapers. A tea museum which showcased some of the most beautiful clay ...
... gold eye masks and plastic gold beads that had come out of the Christmas crackers. All sorts of classy. I mean, bling! Being appropriate dressed, we sat down to the first course of Christmas dinner, Gravadlex (cured salmon) which we had with fresh bread and the flavoursome butter Pete had created earlier. Considering this was super tasty, we found it pretty difficult not to fill ourselves up with this, but with the Christmas feast looming, we managed ...
... that as for a warm weather like that ( at least for me- 29 degree) there is no summer clothes on sale. Only winter jackets and coats.
Even one girl after staring at me for at least 2 min decided to come up and asked where she can buy summer clothes. Hmmm I just wished her good luck, since I brought mine with me. ( Girl's luggage stayed at the airport for another 2 days- feeling bad for her).
In short cut...I'm roasting hot in shorts and sleeveless tops and I ...
... It's a bit distressing. I'm in the process of learning how to solve this conundrum. Probably the strangest one I've had in my life.
Now, Shenzhen is a pretty beautiful city. I may have just turned on my own there for a paragraph, but this is a nice city. It's clean, green, quieter than other cities, etc. I've yet to discover the best of the food, but there are some delicious dishes that involve PEANUT SAUCE (essentially melted down peanut butter--which my good friends ...
... beach and dabbled our toes in the water, so warm. It was a pity we did not have our swimming things.
After a walk through the market we returned direct to the central station in Hong Kong (partly due to missing our intended bus as we were purchasing a shot glass for Nathan)
After crossing the famous star ferry across the harbour we finally met Nathan at a pre-arranged time and headed back across the star ferry to soho (halfway up the escalators)
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