Xinhai Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... only a few blocks from our hotel and the club dining room was packed with families enjoying lunch. Again we feasted on an endless array of delicious dumplings, noodles and rice dishes. The boys were thrilled to gorge themselves and were talking a good game about fighting the fatigue and carrying on the rest of the day. After lunch we returned to our hotel to check everyone in and allow them to take showers. We lost Greg and Jeremy ...
From the Buddha we took another bus to Tai O village, a small fishers' village that is mainly built on stilts. I had quite high expectations of this village, since it is referred to as the "Venice of Asia". Of course, the village is completely different from Venice. It seems to be very poor and the houses look very dirty. The village mostly consists of a small market where you can buy dried fish, and stilt-houses surrounded ...
... headed for sushi in the Japanese restaurant. We all finished about the same time, so headed down to the Star Ferry Terminal and bought tickets for a ride. It had been drizzling all day - not heavily raining, and certainly not cold, but it did mean that the hills were not visible. However, we took the tour, which takes about an hour, looking at the architecture and the buildings. We finished nearing 5 and decided to head back to the ...
... how they managed to get it like that, although there wasn't a visible protest either. Even after quite a wait, no police or emergency services arrived and it was all getting pretty chaotic. The Chinese have a reputation for organisation but here, the universal reaction to being stuck in a tunnel was a) honk your horn repeatedly, b) try to turn your vehicle around and block everyone else in and c) leave your engines running and get out to have a cigarette. ...
... and people - maybe because of the Chinese New Year Holidays - but it does seem quite strange to be in a large city for it to be so quiet. Shenzhen has a lot of trees and gardens planted along the streets and parks which gives the city quite a pleasant atmosphere.