Chang Feng Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... harbor from the 23rd floor, which made up for the fact I could almost touch all four walls at one time. Hong Kong space is expensive, so small rooms are par for the course. The oddity of a clear glass door to the bathroom was supposed to make the room feel bigger, but really it was just awkward, so we taped newspaper over it :) The city itself is spread out over several islands and the metro system was great for getting everywhere. The best part: ...
... an hour. Lunch beckoned next so we went in search of Hutong restaurant recommended by Lonely Planet. It took a while to find because it was on the 49th floor of a building near the waterfront, but with no identification at the ground level. We had to ask around. It was spectacular; nicely decorated in Chinese style and with huge picture windows directly overlooking the whole harbour. It was expensive, but for a four course ...
... a setting for a sci-fi movie. But it was real and of course it was also HUGE.
We got back to Lei who drove me to the airport for my flight to Beijing. All said, the day was as memorable as it was fantastic. I thanked Lei for all of her help and asked if the lecture was okay. She replied "This was like a Christmas to the students and to me". Wow.
I was then back in an airport with two hours to spare. Travel time again... I went up to check-in, and ...
We left home at 7am this morning and are now sitting at the Hong Kong airport at 6.30pm Hong Kong time. The flight was the longest the boys have been on and the food was made for adults, so Flyn is not exactly happy at the moment. The Hong Kong airport is amazing, massive and busy. The planes are landing non stop and Michael is like a kid in a candy shop. We had to catch a train within the airport to get to our boarding gate. Michael had purchased two tiny bottles of Kahlua and ...
... poles) I had a vision to do a Koyaanisqatsi style doco to that tune showing visions of the world's poor and starving children. If only the world's children enjoyed such happiness in equal measure. I'm sure Walt meant well but he was a bit out of it, don't you think? Despite my cynicism, it was a finely executed production. The fireworks were spectacular - to the standard we've come to expect from the Disneyland ...