Central Park Hotel
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... of joy and sadness all in one before I left. I did not know when I was going to see my friend again, when I would be coming back to Asia and what lay ahead but I felt so happy that I was going to miss all of these things because it shows how dear I hold them to my heart. I have grown from every single experience I have had in Asia and I can say that you really do learn a lot about life and yourself when you are travelling. It really is the best way to teach yourself about life and the ...
... rail could take a few ideas from here!! It was quite a challenge to cope with the pushy people and the lack of personal space while travelling on the train. We were crammed in like sardines!! The train travelled really fast, which was a bit scary for me! Peter and I felt quite conspicuous being head and shoulders taller than most people on the train!! Once we arrived at our destination, we grabbed "brunch" at Starbucks before finding the cable car station. The line of ...
... scrolls – and actually reasonably priced given the quality of the final product! We wander the town a little and grab some lunch before deciding to head back. It’s been nice to head down south and see the other side of Hong Kong, but we won’t be back down here anytime soon! We get back and decide to head out to the Mongkok computer centre – Linda’s leaving present from work was cash to buy a replacement tablet computer but we ...
... items do not do anything for me. The we went up the Central–Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system which is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world. The entire system covers over 800 m.... But once you get to the top, you have got to walk down the stairs as the escalator only goes up! Another day well ...
... we got ejected with such speed, I am surprised we didn't bounce), and found a taxi driver willing to take us to Kowloon. It was still quite early in the morning and some of the booths were still setting up for the day. We strolled along, each operator greeting us warmly. We finally stopped at the booth of an old man, and the woman from the very first booth we had passed, came running over to help and to translate. It appeared to be a family business ...