Shanshui Trends Hotel Shenzhen Bantian
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... down to Hong Kong. It was definitely much faster than the 40 minute bus ride it took us to get there. Sunday night we met with the others in the tour group. There are only 4 of us plus Jay, the same tour guide as I had on the last tour. There is a banker from Switzerland, an economics teacher from Switzerland and a photographer that grew up in London, England but now lives in ...
... Inside flash photography is not allowed so no photos but the air was thick with burning incense. There were statues representing Man and Mo at the main alter and 2 sedan chairs used for
carrying statues of the temple's Gods around the streets during parades. 30% of the Hong Kong population are Taoist and 30% Buddhist the rest are a mixture including predominantly Catholic Christians. At this point we crossed paths with the Scenic Highlights tour and so may be back ...
... postoffice and send a few more items to Tasmania but we soon discovered that it was still public holiday. Back at the hotel we had to put everything back in our bags and left for the airport. Once there we found this tiny little "hole in the wall" post office that was open. We received the best help you´d think of and another ten kilos was sent to Tas.
And that´s the end of China/HK for now.
One needed a knife to cut the haze/smog today.. visibility was less than 500 metres on the bay.. After 10 days of clear blue skies the weather has turned Chinese.. with a typical smog haze found in a lot of mainland China..
Traveled by ferry over to Lamma Island today with a local friend.. she is Italian with a German partner who she met in Shanghai and they now work & reside in Hong Kong.. talk about citizens of the ...
Today was the last supper as a group before we all head our separate ways out of Hong Kong. We watched the famous light show along the Victoria Harbour skyline and later perused the night market. A place where everything is too addictive to simply pass by and the food smells make me sad that soon I'll be leaving. If you're lucky you also get to view the prostitutes closer ...