City Inn (Shenzhen Bao'an Chuangye Road)
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... as a TA so won't have to lead the class which is a big relief. I will, however, have to lead it for a specific summer school between 14th July and 28th July but that should be fine :)
Bit of a side note, but I would like to apologise for not contacting home that often, especially mum and grandma if either of you are reading this. Been quite stressful here recently and so don't really want to get more ...
... have noticed with HK is how clean the place is, everywhere you look there is someone sweeping/ cleaning/ wiping something, the street gutters are being swept by hand at 6 pm. It is a credit to the council that this city looks so clean and so much effort is being made to keep it that way. We visited our friendly optometrist on the way home, and yes, true to his word, our glasses are ready ...
... ve met some nice people and seen some behaviors that make you wonder
why. But they are what they are and it’s
just a reminder that there are a lot of people in this world, and at some
point, even though we act differently and talk differently, we all live lives
in a bit of bubble. Our idea is to burst
the bubble once in a while to see what happens out here. It worked again. ...
... with cages stacked everywhere! There were also lots of birds flying around, probably because of all the bird food... The last market I went to was the Ladies' Market, which was the biggest of all of them! It had a ton of stuff, lots of purses, sunglasses, jewelry, clothes, and phone cases... typical :)
My favourite foods of the day were the sausage bun I had for breakfast, which was so fresh it was still hot, and the egg tart I bought in the market!
... properly and then figure out where or how to go... which will be much easier in reality..
Ii will not provide details of the various train lines in the network or the stations that we hopped on and off, to avoid a tongue twisting experience but just for fun, here are a few.. Tsim Sha Tsui, Tseun Wan Line, Yau Ma Tei, Sai Wan Ho etc.,
Long walks inside the stations, moving escalators, ensured we reach the right place well in time, without the hassles ...