Baolilai International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Farewell to Australia and catching the plane home via Hong Kong. We spent our last Aussie dollars on tea and postcards and our last phone credit calling our children. We arrived 7 hours later in pouring rain in Hong Kong, glad that the hotel was attached to the airport. We bravely ventured down to Hong Kong Island on the airport train and enjoyed a glimpse of high rise Kowloon at night. Very good Chinese noodles for dinner and back to bed at 1 am Cairns ...
... we went 7. The Ghost Towns of building in preparation for more people 8. The smog, smog and more smog 9. The hard beds like racks and the squat toilets 10. The amazing history and beauty of China It was an incredible 19 day adventure at a frantic pace set by Intrepid Tours. China is a big country with plenty to see and a stark contrast in many ways to Hong Kong. It is a trip that I am sure the boys will remember forever as their eyes were opened to a culture so very different to our ...
... remarkable short and un-fenced in tower).
Had a ridiculous amount of pictures taken here and am in the process of obtaining them. But just to put it into context we've had three parties and two trips but still managed to get 1100 pictures so it's taking a while to sort through the ones of us and our class!
Class is about to begin again so have to get going but will try and update you again soon.
... We crossed on the Star Ferry, to the main terminal and boarded the Lantau Island ferry for a 1 hour ride. Next was a one hour, not quite as hairy double decked bus-ride across the island, and up the mountain to the big Buddha. On the way, we passed several Chinese seaside resort communities that looked quite inviting, but there's only so much we can do in 3 days. As we neared our destination, we looked up in the mountains, and about 10 miles away, saw the ...
... walking around, we saw the reservoir (which looks like a huge lake), a dam, statues of Mao and Deng Xiaoping, and some people playing instruments and dancing. We watched and listened to them for a few minutes before heading back down. The girls wanted to play in a nearby park for ...