Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Minzhi
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... of february, so we only went for a little walk after checking in at the apartment and straight to bed afterwards.
The second day we went to Cheung Chau Island as it was mentioned as one of the nicest islands around Hong Kong in our tourguide book. Itīs easy to get there by ferry as soon as we figured out the schedules. You can get either the long ferry that takes about an hour, or the fast ferry that ...
... t ripped off. I tried not to blink. Smooth, efficient, organised.
As we drove towards the city - the mist lifted and slowly the islands/waterways/bridges and mass of skyscrapers came into view. It really was an arresting sight.
The name Hong Kong derives form “Fragrant Harbour” in cantonese. It’s 1,104sq km sits on the Pearl River Delta and is surrounded by the South China Sea. Less than 25% of the land mass is developed and 40% ...
... given it a miss. . . . The cable car is a spectacular 5.7km cable car journey, travelling between Tung Chung Town Centre and Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. If you dared to look down and out of the cable car (not something Alison was that keen to do) you could see panoramic views of the Hong Kong International Airport, the South China Sea, the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, as well as the flora and fauna of North Lantau Country Park. ...
... from the company would meet us and take over her role for the last day. (He was also trusted to take any gifts/tips and get them back to her). It wasn't the same though.
It's kind of funny that it was so sad that Leah couldn't come to Hong Kong with us, given that we were all aware that the tour would end and we'd probably never see her again anyway less than 24 hours later. I think it was just the fact that it was so unexpected and we ...
... Arguably worse than the smokers, the crack heads and the card players is the smell of vile food. In China travel food consists mainly of shelled nuts and vacuum packed meat. Not regular meat though, chicken feet, hearts, lungs, intestines and unidentified body parts attached to bones. Remnants of snacks, bones and shells, are then strewn along the tables, aisles and chairs.
I feel like I could keep writing forever about this ...