CAA Holy Sun Hotel
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Who said English was widely spoken?!?! "only if I can take your money" the wiseman said; because so far, no one has been able to speak English to me unless they wanted to do exactly that. This is by no means a problem I just didn't expect it, that's all. I thought at least the Hotel Staff could speak a few words or the tourist information attendant …
So last night we went for an evening cycle ride on a path that looks out on Hong Kong; the view of which was breathtaking. The girls have some pictures so will try and upload them soon but was so nice. Also, went for dinner beforehand to this restaurant where the meat they provided was mainly bone but apparently there's nothing weird about that as eating bone here is considered normal. That's one bit of the culture I'll stay clear of...
... s it. That one...'
'HAHAHAHAHAHA INTERCONTINENTAL HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...'
And so on, him laughing continuously for the rest of the journey, whilst phoning all of his friends, and sharing with them the story about the stupid English people in the back of his cab, who didn't know their hotel address was on his souvenir tissue box cover!
Anyway, back to the beginning of the day. Our first real foggy day in Hong Kong, so ...
... island and is known as a great spot for tourists to shop. And eat. A large number of us went to the same Chinese restaurant, "Chung Cuisine" (Chinese Cuisine) for Dim Sum. The Pork BBQ Buns were the best! Mango Cheesecake finished off the meal. A very nice lunch with fellow travellers Ann, Bob, Mary and Tracey.
No shopping for me today... just time the eat and return to meet the group.
Lots of interesting views of the ...
... ordered, funny that as the meal Geoff had demolished half of really did look like what I had ordered…So, I had a half eaten plate of noodles while Geoff chowed down on his second dinner, but the meals were good and we were happy to be fed.
We then bought an octopus card (HK version of an Oyster card) and got the MTR to Hong Kong Island to go buy a guide book. Didn’t realize how useful they were until we didn’t have one in Xian. We then headed back ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services