Chang Feng Hotel
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... we headed back a different way. There were several bars with out, uh, lady favors; including Cheers and Seņor Frog. Then she took us to a German bakery and everyone bought a **** ton of bread except me. I bought a tiny pretzel roll for breakfast. We were done with the tour and it wasn't even 11 yet. The mixer for all the teachers was not until 3. I had time to kill. So I went to Walmart and bought cereal and other things. Then I went to my apartment and ordered ...
Right near the Meiji shrine is Harajuku. This is the only place laden with the tourists we so eagerly avoid. I was uncomfortable. There were loud Americans and cheap **** everywhere. We stumbled across Bills which we though we might have a drink at seeing our feet were aching from our big tourist day out. In reality I think we were ...
Another gorgeous morning in Cairns as we prepared to leave for the airport. We were really pleased with the holiday Inn. Great room with big floor to ceiling patio doors leading onto the balcony overlooking the esplanade and sea. Great for a drink with our candles and watch the world go by before going to bed. The hotel was built in a figure of 8 around an open air tropical garden. We are also thrilled that our decision to extend our holiday and return to Cairns ...
... wrangler. Hong Kong is a city of contrasts. It is crowded and yet we found the people to be friendly and personable. It has energy and vibrancy and yet there is a deliberate steadiness. Horns blast and people snap and yet there is a distinct lack of malice. It is "Asia's world city" with visitors and businesses from all over the globe and yet it maintains a strong connection with its past. Of course these observations are based on a few brief hours and may ...
For our second day in Hong Kong we decided to catch the ferry across to Kowloon. Kowloon is on main land China but forms part of Hong Kong. So we left our hotel, which is on Hong Kong Island, and made our way to the pier. It was an exciting walk as we used the escalator pedestrian walkway. It is a walkway that has been designed basically a floor above the road level. For part of it you walk on a path and other parts you walk on an escalator. Excellent and so efficient. We arrived at ...