New International Guest House
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... It will allow people to walk from Causeway Bay right through to Central. We are also told this is the last of the reclamation work in this area.
Time gallops in HK and by the time we knew it, it was 5pm and we were still in Kowloon - having missed the free champagne in the foyer of our hotel in Causeway Bay - bad planning !!
Onto the MRT and return to Causeway Bay and with a bit of wandering, we have found a chinese laundry to catch up on the ...
Hong Kong, 30 degrees and fine
Sleep in today. We accomplished a lot of what we had planned yesterdayfloor, so we take it a bit easier and have a late breakfast at the hotel. Looking forward to our Bethel trip.
And, it is easy to get to. We walk out of the hotel at 10.15 and are there at 10.20. We leave the hotel , turn left and it is about 100 metres away. It is located on Levels 19 & 22 of a large building. We ...
... to get back to the hotel in order to get changed since we had made plans to meet up with our friends from the cruise ship for one last dinner together.
After freshening up a bit back at our hotel we headed out to meet up with our table-mates at Pali and Linda’s hotel for a pre-dinner cocktail before making our way to a restaurant that they had selected. We thought it was only appropriate since they own and operate an Indian restaurant back in Perth that ...
... were sightseeing. Thank you USA. Will carlin of the US coached me between matches, very concise and very positive. There was a fantastic match this afternoon between Craig Rowlands of Australia, Johnny's opponent from yesterday, and Paul Atkinson of South Africa. Final score was 3-1 for Craig but the rallies were unbelievable. Craig was #7 in the world back in the day. I watched Jann Taylor and Connie Sacchetto play their Special Plate matches ...
After a leisurely start to the day we head out on foot to take the Star Ferry to Central to then catch the ferry to Lantau Island. The hustle and bustle of the city streets was not our cup of tea, so we thought we'd head out of town. The Lantau ferry leaves from Pier 6 and we were urged on by an enthusiastic conductor to hurry so as not to miss the 12.00noon fast ferry. Tickets in hand, the Clarks ran to make the ferry and they pulled up the gangplank behind us. Once ...