Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Haiwan
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Starting to get home sick.
It's very hot and humid.
We went to a water park that seemed small.
... out. To get to the Temple Street Night Market we have to take the subway, what an adventure trying to figure out the ticket machines and the rail lines, especially with my jet lagged brain fog. The rail lines are colour coded and luckily we find someone someone that stops to help us with the machines and explains the colour system to us. We get onto a very crowded subway car and lucky for us we only have to go one ...
... a result parts of the roads and metro system were closed. Our hotel duly informed us of these restriction but in a very peculiar way. During the day a letter was posted through our door stating that there was a "special event" taking place and these restrictions would be encountered. Anyone who was oblivious to the protesters, may have thought that this "special event" may be worth a visit and head down there. They didn't affect our time there and we did go and visit the scene of ...
... the views had cleared up by then, and we were able to get great views of the city. Afterwards, we headed back to our hotel, stopped at this place nearby that sold pretty cheap dumplings (10 big fried ones for like 2 dollars). They were delicious too. Since we had already seen the harbor from the HK island side, we asked the hotel where the best place to see the HK skyline from the Kowloon side was, and as we figured, it was from Tsim ...
... I can do is try to improve the nation that gave me the opportunity be abroad in the first place.
For some of you, you'll read this article and be appalled that I defended the U.S. I actually know exaclty who you are in my mind, and I know you're the same people that studied abroad in Westernized nations, and that's a problem. Instead of trying to improve the nation we live in, we just complain about it. We say, "Look how well Finland educates its ...