City Inn (Shenzhen Bao'an Chuangye Road)
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... a great introduction to this city. I hope the pictures do it justice! After the show we headed into the city center to take in the sights. I don’t think I know enough adjectives to describe this. I am used to the bustling, bright Shanghai lights but this was more. More lights, more people, more stores and restaurants. Rob said it reminded him of Times Square and New York City.
Despite the crowds, there was much less jostling, pushing and shoving than I am used to ...
... anymore!! Boo!! The casino in our hotel was ok, not very big but a nice size. We them headed to the Venetian across the road from us, which outside and in was absolutely stunning!! We had walked outside to get to it but later found out that it too was connected by the shopping mall. We walked around the shopping mall which had an 'inside river' with gondolas and gondoliers singing whilst giving people rides! One woman had an absolutely AMAZING voice!! After ...
... years (ever since my spring break in Japan).
Sunday 8/31: Cultural Day Tour - Chi Lin Nunnery, Po Lin Monastery, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
The pictures will speak for all that I visited. Made more friends this day. Oh, and had an absolutely hilarious tour guide. He even laughed at his own jokes.
Classes: Week 1
Had canteen food. Realized that chicken here is mostly on the bone ...
The second official day of our day dawned with an anticipation for the local Dim sum for breakfast at what we were told was a very famous local restaurant. The place was packed with Chinese, many of who were elderly and would spend the majority of the morning there eating slowly and gossiping. Afterwards, we went to the local grocery store to stock up for the long ride on the hard sleeper train this evening. We had time to again wander around the local area, this ...
... to revamp Martins' image. Public transport is cheap and efficient and the Hong Kong people are very friendly and helpful. Almost all signs, except some of the smaller shops and restaurants are in English, which is good news indeed. Taxi cabs may change in colour and model, but Hong Kong is proving the global theory that all taxi drivers have divine rights over roads, rights of way, and even pavements should they feel the need :).
It is the greatest shopping city ...