Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Minzhi
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... 6:15 now so it is about 4:15 Hong Kong time. It is now 8:00 Australian time and I'm watching planes, it's my school bedtime. I'm still on the plane and we're not landing yet. It's really dark in the plane, the only reason I can see is because of the screen on the back of the seat in front of me. My mum just told me that there is still a couple of hours until we land. So since it's still a while to go, I have started watching a documentary called ...
... understanding of the enormity of the sea of high rises and endless flood of people walking through the streets.
After a yummy Italian dinner we are off to the airport for a red eye flight that will have us waking up in Paris. Hong Kong is a very clean city with lots of hidden treasures where we always felt safe which was awesome. It certainly makes NZ seem even more open and spacious than ...
... a bit worried if we were going to make it, however we managed to get a taxi straight away and we had bags of time, so we wandered around the absolutely huge mall connected to the ships gangway and then watched the famous lights show. Finishing off by having tea sat outside watching as we sailed out of Hong Kong, it was like looking into the future, sandwiched between thousand of skyscrapers with different lights on for miles down the river.
... up housing (i will google it no doubt), but my god it is wall to wall blocks, of 25-40 floors, and probably 6-15 flats per floor That is a lot of ******* people and a lot of construction We are currently staying in the harbour plaza north point hotel. It is a Ramada and it is very nice. Thought we'd ease into asia by caning the accomodation budget both here and Beijing, and then taking it a bit easier in cheaper countries. Got to hotel only to find they's given us an upgrade ...
... have ever been on. You can’t hear a sound as the train makes it run through banked turns and camelbacks. It’s got traditional lift hills (like Big Thunder), backwards travel (like Everest), and even a linear induction launch after the troublesome bears blow up our track! It’s simply a great ride and we rode it many times as the lines were non-existent for it since the land was in the back corner of the park. You can view our ride ...