Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Meilong
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... amusing! We lost the Indian man and headed for a 7 eleven to stock up on beers and ran to the hotel where we decided to stay in and play drinking games. We eventually ended up in Maria and Lenas room after Hannah let us down with her poor special awareness (too complicated to explain) The game of 'ring of fire' became totally ridiculous and was definitely a 'had to be there moment' but involved rules including complimenting each other each time you take a drink, speaking with ...
... forests to the south. I expected Hong Kong to be a city of manmade wonders, but the natural beauty here is breathtaking as well. Following the hike we took the Peak Tram down to Central. Jin and I walked around the SoHo neighborhood, which has many bars and restaurants, and had dinner at Yung Kee. All in all it was a great first day in ...
... scrolls – and actually reasonably priced given the quality of the final product! We wander the town a little and grab some lunch before deciding to head back. It’s been nice to head down south and see the other side of Hong Kong, but we won’t be back down here anytime soon! We get back and decide to head out to the Mongkok computer centre – Linda’s leaving present from work was cash to buy a replacement tablet computer but we ...
This morning we farewelled the last of our Intrepid group and our tour guide Peter. It was sad to say goodbye to Peter as he had been so wonderful and looked after us so well for the last 2 weeks. He certainly kept us busy but made every day a breeze to travel. He got our tickets, lead our way, ordered our meals, did our bartering, taught us Mandarin, fed us at his cooking school and introduced us to his family. He was a lovely man and a great Ambassador for his country. ...
... I needed to get the hell off. There just so happened to be another couple who were Westerners who were also going to HK. We started talking and trying to figure out what to do. We were pretty sure we were in Shenzen. They too had a direct bus to HK but they weren't required to get off like me. We were very confused and without meaning to, we stalled the bus. After much deliberation, language barriers and misunderstandings, I finally decided that this was the plan for ...