Xiao Mei Sha Hotel
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... Wing chatted about her home town of Aberdeen and the changes that Hong Kong has seen. At the History Museum, I was very glad that Wing got us English audio guides so we could get a background. The museum was very wonderful. My favorite exhibit was beautifully orchestrated with giant statues and brightly colored party arrangements. After a short walk back to our hotel, Grammy and I went downstairs to the swimming pool. ...
... China is known for and visit each of their provinces and where they were born. But, this trip is about Mia...we travel to her province tomorrow. I wonder if she knows we are close? I rather hope she does not. I'm thinking it would cause her less stress and anxiety to not even know her world as she knows it is about to change drastically.
For this child did I pray, and the Lord hath granted me my petition, which I asked of him.
1 Samuel 1:27
... With no embassy there, it is impossible to obtain a new visa and so, after measuring all costs, we decided that flying was pretty hassle free, a 1h30 flight compared to a 20hours journey train + another 20hours journey by ferry from Xiamen to Keelung... The maths were easy.
We'll be back in Hong Kong as we are flying back there for a day or so and then back to mainland ...
... try and help us as they were worried about us, and he lives outside Shenzhen. He directed us to the bus station that runs 24hr buses to HK, which we hadn't known about before, in the hope that we could cross to HK that night and alleviate our friends' worry. Our taxi driver was none too happy about this as he had already booked a room on our behalf, and we ended up having to pay more (gulp.) But that was nothing compared to what came next - our weary struggle to find ...
... nèigè' is pronounced. I've had a few people (only Americans though) tell me to say it as 'neiger', but hearing countless Chinese people mutter it under their breath during lessons while trying to remember English translations, it definitely isn't.
So go ahead and have those bits of knowledge for free. Use them in Chinese restaurants, say 'ai yaaaa' when something goes wrong around the house, say 'bu yao loudly every time ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility