Welcome Inn (Shenzhen Caitian)
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... I was! But there was not enough time today to go both to Stanley Market and to spend time swimming and reveling here. I would have to return.
Stanley Market was similar to many markets I had frequented in other parts of Asia, but having to keep track of the time dampened the pleasure of leisurely exploring all the nooks and crannies. But, wearing no watch, I create the opportunity of interacting ...
After that we took a bus to the base of the escalators. There were a lot of escalators, we kept going up and up and up. We thought it was interesting that people get to work by going down the escalators in the morning. Image saying "I take an escalator to work". We went up the escalators, but not up the tram. We were walking down to the pier and saw a Topshop. ...
... on top of that mountain by people from the UK, Norway, Germany, Australia & New Zealand.
All three of us hired bikes the next morning & rode to the Yulong River, where Patrick & I went on a traditional bamboo raft ride. The raft was totally made from bamboo & a man on the back propelled us along by pushing a pole on the bottom of the river. We went over quite a few man-made waterfalls, which I think were weirs to hold the river back. It ...
... to order about every 10 metres, then gave up and stopped back to the hotel to cool down. Once re-energised we headed off to Hong Kong Island on the Star ferry. Crossing was very cheap at $2.50 HK which works out to less than 50 cents NZ. On the island we went up to the Peak Tram (cable car) to see the view from Mt Victoria. Although the clouds hadn't completely lifted the view was impressive and we enjoyed a short stroll on ...
... and exquisite detail of it's sumptuous linens. The company which began making linens for the Italian aristocracy over 100 years ago, has been handed down father to son for 4 generations. Today Pratesi spins its peerless confections for the bedrooms and boudoirs of homes at the highest end of the international luxury market. Customers have included a long list of celebrities from Andy Warhol and Elizabeth Taylor to Steven Spielberg, Johnny Carson, Barbara Streisand and ...