Chang Feng Hotel
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... as the flight via Fiji was overbooked, happy days! However an awful lot was lost in translation and we are now sitting waiting for an Air New Zealand flight which wasn't booked for us. After much stress we were transferred to a direct Cathy Pacific flight leaving at 9pm. Lesson for the day : Learn to speak ...
Nothing was open at Newark but managed a coffee. We chilled with me watching TV and Mim reading. 5 hours with lots of toilet breaks we were in the plane at 1:30am. We managed to stay awake until 5:30am NY time then sleep until 9, when they served breakfast.. Annoying. Back to sleep until 12pm and only a 4 hour push to Hong Kong.
Nothing's open except McDonalds... ...
... Pretty much like all the clothes you're wearing right now, they're produced in China. The government could easily put a stop to it, but it doesn't--because American culture sells. The government recognizes that its people can simultaneously be proud of its heritage yet enjoy another's culture--kind of like Americans do with dozens of cultures (the same extreme left-wingers who say Americans culturally invade other nations love when the U.S. allows other cultures ...
Last leg of our cruise took us to Hong Kong. Steve and I woke up early to catch a glimpse of HK harbour as the ship came in. The view was magnificent, sky scrapers outlined with hills in the background. The city lights were twinkling as if welcoming the ship. Our itinerary for today is to visit Lantau Island about 1 hr from HK downtown at Kowloon Peninsula. Our first stop was a fishing village where ...
This morning we let ourselves sleep in a little bit after yesterday's ferry traumas. Started off getting some brekkie in the supermarket down the road and then headed to the subway.
Made our way to Tung Chung Station and bought tickets for a cable car to take us up the mountain to where Lantau Country Park is. Decided to pay a few pound extra so we could have a glass cable car which was ...