Geo-Home Holiday Hotel
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... back, 1 day was perfect. First stop... Adventureland! This is where Tarzan has his tree house. It didn't seem like it was worth doing, so we didn't bother. The other attractions in Adventureland were closed, so we moved on to Grizzly Gulch where we took a ride in a runaway mine cart. That was actually a pretty good ride. We bought some really cool cowboy style hats to keep the sun off and I can gladly say that it was well worth it! It ...
... in on or the terminal, but what I do know is that we travelatored for miles.. such a huge terminal. Through immigration without a hitch and to our surprise... our bags were off first with a big sticker.. priority baggage.... very spoilt.
Next, walk another million miles to the London Express Train, which leaves every 15 minutes and takes 15 minutes to get to Paddington... We then caught a London Cabbie to our Hotel... arriving about 10.00pm.... BIG DAY.. now ...
... Pizza and Epic booze. The calzone I ordered was very good and the beer selection looked great but I opted for an iced tea (it exists in Hong Kong!) then headed to the airport for my flight. Taking the train back was beautiful during the day, I could see the skyline then the different bays and Lantau Island. Shanghai had a bad storm the night before so a lot of flights were delayed but luckily mine was not. The actual airport is huge and almost like a mall. Before you enter ...
... was an ex work colleague from the nineties! We both go to CMG reunions but it was great to catch up with Seonaid. And hubby Eric.
The Welsh and English teams were pathetic this year so we didn't have much to cheer, however you have to be a party pooper extraordinaire not to enjoy this weekend in HK.
The weekend was rounded off with a fab supper at the highest restaurant on Hong Kong Island, with sister Annabel and Izzy and ...
... the downtown Hong Kong up to the top of Victoria Peak, it climbs just under 400m up Victoria peak in about 5 minutes. After queuing for over an hour to catch the tram, the journey was rather quick however at the top we enjoyed great views of Hong Kong in all directions. After catching the tram up, we decided to walk back to downtown Hong Kong, taking a very steep, windy road through the tropical forest and back into the concrete jungle.