Chang Feng Hotel
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4 hour time change meant extra sleep so up bright and early. Instead of breakfast buffet decided on the ethnic option of various dim sum and Chinese tea. (Fact that all the airport staff seemed to be eating there was recommendation enough) Flight on time - homeward ...
... weren't expecting too much so we were pleasantly surprised.
After covering every edge of the park (we even queued up to meet Mickey and Minnie) we were finished by 6pm and decided to head back towards the city centre and Hong Kong island. As we previously mentioned Hong Kong shops all seem to be high class stores which are out of our backpacker range, so we had seen online that Causeway Bay (a station three down from the one by our hotel) is more high street like and might be more ...
... on December 8th. Now perhaps that's an isolated case--but it's not. I sent a package to Malaysia in the beginning of March. When did it arrive? It hasn't yet, actually. Two months have passed and the package is missing, despite its location being written in Chinese and English (no, not my Chinese writing in case you're wondering). I recently went back to the post office and asked what could've happened. She said maybe it's on boat, despite that I paid for air, and said ...
We had a leisurely morning over coffee and then met friends of Amy and Michael's for a delicious DimSum brunch. Michael kept ordering and the rest of us kept eating! Their friends are a Canadian couple who live in Bali. He works for a spa company and he is responsible for all spa services excluding the US market. He stays at luxury hotels and checks out if the spa services are up to the company's standards. Not a bad gig.
We then went to an affordable art show at ...
... It's also been very funny. My favourite was after we sat at the top of a temple for half an hour, waiting to see the sunset, with the boys becoming increasingly impatient. Daniel insisted that he had seen hundreds of sunsets and couldn't we go back to the hotel? Then the sun began to set, and he rushed over to me - daddy, what's that orange circle above the trees? Now we're off to Australia, which will be very different but equally adventurous in other ways. Si and ...