Baolilai International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Whereas some days it would almost kill Air NZ to give you a water, on our flight here it seemed like they were constantly pushing food and drink in our faces. Food wasn't too bad either, to be honest. It's almost time to jump back on the plane. Next stop, London! N. ...
... in both buildings. The Internet condemns these places as filth so my expectations were exceeded when I was presented with clean, basic yet secure private room with a more than helpful guest manager at Merryland Guest House. I had no window but the bed was comfortable and I had my own bathroom so in terms of what I needed - it was perfect. First week I mainly wandered locally, even ventured on the Star Ferry to see the other island. It is a very surreal ...
... them to chose from. Consequentially, we have a Lucy, Jennie, Joe, Jack, Sam, Sarah, Georgie, Tilly, Mary and Ivan.
The opening ceremony was a good laugh. We did Barbie Girl, my heart will go on, potter puppet pals and some magic tricks. Got some video so will definitely be showing that off when I'm back. Anyway, it's getting late for me here so going to sleep now. Will try and update you all soon ...
... last year looked better and bigger, that said we had a great day exploring Kowloon and enjoyed the coffees. Thought it was quite strange they drink their coffee though a straw here. Day 2 On New Year's Day we decided to head to The Peak, one of Hong Kong must see attractions for its birds-eye view of the city. We were so lucky that we had such a good clear day the day before on the pier because today was very over cast and cloudy. We arrived at the nearest underground ...
... down the street where I can buy the newest films for 4-5 Kuai (less than a dollar), I missed shopping at the grocery store with half a dozen types of tofu and I really missed eating street food at Baishizhou. All this after being gone a few days, imagine how I'll feel in June when I go back to the states L But that’s a long way away and we don’t have to think about that yet. The following weekend, after surviving 7 long, strenous teaching days (to make ...