Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Yousong
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Nothing much has been happening here. Let me tell you about my further experiences in the Hong Kong medical system, past Dr. Simon's LOHAS Park surgery.
About a year ago I had reason to go to the hospital. Don't worry! It's not a big deal. But I thought I may as well mention it because it's a little different here to in the UK.
I've been to two hospitals in Hong Kong (I know, so lucky), and there are about 56 of them. Which ...
... got some sleep in, and 2 hours later I woke up ready to go and visit some casinos. We walked along the strip, went inside some malls and some casinos. I had been to Macau already once before, but nevertheless I was stunned again by the enormous luxury extravagance of the place. I didn't blog about it back then, since I wanted to cover it this time, when my parents had been here.
The Venetian is definitely the most over-the-top of all places: they have spent a lot of ...
We spent the day at the peak today. A LOT of time was spent waiting for the tram (going up and down). Maybe we should have walked….. But the tram is of historical significance, so I guess it was worth the wait? The line to take the tram went across the street. There was a line to wait to cross the street to get to the line to buy entrance/tram tickets.
Luckily both lines were under shade so ...
... furthest part of Nathan road and by the time we got there we had been unable to find somewhere we were interested in eating and the shop was closed. By this time everyone was exhausted after a long day walking so we headed back down the road to go back to the hotel, luckily as we got to the hotel an on site restaurant was open and were able to end our day ...
... and seem to also enjoy the more modern way of life. Only time will tell, but now that we understand more of this issue, it will mean more to see how it turns out.
I think that is one of my favorite parts of this trip- learning enough about these other parts of the world that we have a real, personal interest in the outcomes of political changes, the impact of global climate change, and successes or failures of people and ...