Baolilai International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 6 hours of his life. It was probably uneventful. 6. Slips off step on island in Ha Long Bay, while chasing Gen's shoe. Cuts palms and one foot. Loses shoe. (Both shoes eventually retrieved unharmed) James' japes 1. Slips while crossing river near Chiang Mai. Sits down in water in shame. Suddenly remembers ipad in bag and jumps back up again. Awesome animals: 10. Baby turtle that we released. 11. All the slow loris in all ...
... us and offered a tour around the palace for a price of course. It sounded reasonable so we took him up on the offer. We spent almost 3 hours walking the grounds of the palace. Rocky (his English name) filled us with facts about the Ming Dynasty, the Emperors and the workings of the palace. The palace is set on 300 hectares of land surrounding a lake filled with boats. Quite beautiful! Within the grounds is a walkway intricately painted with 1400 stories. ...
So it was my birthday on Saturday and actually I had a pretty good time! Woke up stupidly late due to going out the night before with some of Sam's friends called AJ, who was from Manchester, and Oli who was from Montreal. They're pretty awesome and we went out with them on Saturday too and AJ even came for dinner last night too.
Went out for a pedicure ...
... the tram only a few stops from ours on Hong Kong island. The tram station was only a short walk through some really peaceful gardens. Not so peaceful was the massive queue waiting for us at the station. First we thought it was the queue for Madame Tussaud's then we realised Madame Tussaud's was at The Peak to. We had done enough waiting around yesterday so we decided to flag a taxi. He asked us for 200 hk dollars for a 60 dollar fare, pointing and saying the wait was 2 ...
... we went to this amazing vegetarian place. The dishes kept coming, fake chicken, lamb, beef, soups, spicy dishes, noodles, endless amounts of food and tea. I could only understand a few worlds of their conversations, and in fact apparently they were saying that Greg and I looked alike, which tells me either A) all foreigners look alike B)All vegetarians look alike or C) I have turned white since moving to China. Not sure which one, but it was a great evening. Til next time! ...