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... hotel without incident and were about to collect our bags and start the tedious task of finding a new hotel in the area for one night before being approached by one of the many very efficient staff and told that they had just had a cancellation in one of the rooms and that we could stay the extra night, touch!! As well as not having to wander the streets of Hoi An looking for accommodation we were also invited to a free dinner hosted by the hotel to a select number of guests as a ...
Saunas, showers, everything was just luxurious.
I don't know if I would recommend this spa in particular because it was quite expensive. I spent around 60$cad for the entire day there (you are granted access for 24 hours)
Also the ladies working there were not paid.. you were expected to tip for everything because that's how they made any money at all.
All in all, a great, relaxing trip with fun fun people!
... all of you who don't like meters). The views were amazing. I got a few pictures, but I don't think any of them can really show just how spectacular it looked. I think we would have stayed up there for a long time, except it was freezing and the wind was really strong. If any of you go to visit Hong Kong, it is a definite must do. The rest of the night was pretty low key - we got dinner with Irina's family and then headed back to the hotel for some downtime ...
... an hour to spare.
We went into the "Parcel Yard" for a much-needed pint (aaahhh... good, real English beer at last!) then boarded the train for the last leg of our journey, the three-hour trip back up North.
On arrival at Durham station we got a taxi home, arriving back in the house just after midnight. Were we glad to see our bed!
Another excellent holiday had come to an end. Here's to the next time! ...
... on the mainland. Hong Kong is not China. We should thank the Queen for that. Her rule may be ended but her influence holds on.
Hong Kong's skyline doesn’t try to match Shanghai’s for race to build the next new tall building contest. Hong Kong’s new building and redevelopment appears to be more pragmatic attempt to squeeze more living space into the natural limits of the island. Elevated covered walkways ...