Chung Kiu Inn
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... the final clue. On reaching the safety of our hotel, we showered again and collapsed into bed long after midnight.
Top 5 Things About Visiting A Former Colony:
1. The plugs are the same.
2. They drive on the left.
3. They drink tea.
4. Everyone speaks, and everything is written in, English.
5. If you tell them you're from England, more often than not they treat you like some kind of deity (although everyone assumes you're from 'near' London).
Repulse Bay was far from repulsive- turquoise waters stretch as far as the eye could see.
Some of the apartments that look like they need a helipad or something. Perched in the midst of the dense greenery, it must be hard to get back to "mainland'. I am sure that the rich have their ways. Waking up the ...
... by travelling up Nathan Road which initially is full of high class shops and a myriad of signs, later it leads into Mong Kok district where the 'ordinary' Hong Kong population live and it is one of the most densely populated places on earth. When the pedestrian lights turn to green it is like a swarm of people marching across the street. Several of the well know markets are found in this area including the Lady market and the Temple Street night market which we ...
Cutty Sark longed for that effervescent beauty, the silver screen. He could find it mere steps away, but this one was a shallow temptress; mindless blockbusters for the masses. He desired more - not just two or three English films on offer, but dozens!
Hong Kong was the place for him. Charlie Feathers wasn't as keen, but eventually ...
... six and a half feet. It's also windowless, the whole hotel that is, not just our room. No complaints though, it's cheap and it's clean. Today I'm upping the romance ante and taking Donna to a Michelin starred restaurant, admittedly it's the cheapest Michelin starred restaurant in the world and it serves food that Donna doesn't like (making it even cheaper for me) but ...