Central Park Hotel
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We arrived at Hong Kong airport at 5am, just as the sun was rising, and could see spectacular thunder-clouds from the plane. On the ground, it looked like it had been raining before dawn but then stopped and the weather was clearing. Our flight to Beijing wasn't until 9am so we spent a while walking around the airport then catching up on e-mails and the blog.
We went up to the Cathay lounge but confirmed that unfortunatley our Qantas Club membership ...
... of see in to the bathroom when it was in use.
We went to the cinema nearly three times during our stay and we watched "Maleficent" which was quite decent but Angelie Jolie carried the whole thing. "Edge of tomorrow" with Tom cruise and it was surprisingly good but a tiny bit cliché. Then we also watched "A Million ways to Die in the West" Seth Macfarlane's new film which was quite funny just not on the same level as his previous film ...
Upon awaking on Sunday and starting our day, while riding the "ding ding" (a double decked street rail vehicle similar to a cable car) we noticed that the normally extremely busy streets were now ridiculously busy. Almost every sidewalk, stairwell, and business front was lined with women sitting on blankets in small groups having what looked like picnics. Now I`m all for picnics and the sight of them doesn`t ...
... discovered just what a small world it is by meeting the best friend of someone I met at my workshop the night before!
Looking forward to going to the restaurant again before I leave. I have also just found out there is an oxygen bar in the airport and I am almost tempted to try it as I wait god knows how many hours for my flight.
On the plus side fate would have it that i get to stay at my friends house in SG as it is now available! woo hoo
... got the bus, picked a few more people for the trip, we got a hovercraft over to Macao, it took an hour, as we got off the boat the heat was so humid and hot. We had to go thought customs, doing visa's. We met a guide who took us round this vey small part of China, she said theirs biggest source of income today is the tourists, that's why they have so many casinos. We saw various buildings, and the first thing the. Portuguese built which was a temple, they burn incense and pray to ...
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