CAA Holy Sun Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in a sedan car....glad we were rattling up in the tram because I have resisted any human carried vehicle for the entire tour! We were expecting sweeping, majestic views of Victoria Harbour and the skyline of the island of Hong Kong. What we got was rain and a mist/fog/cloud/smog layer that was so thick and sluggishly settled that it was difficult to see a hand in front of your eyes. So we looked at pictures on the wall instead and ewe ...
... flight is perfection! We then headed over to the hotel shuttle stop and were whisked away to the Novotel Citygate hotel.
Wow - we're really here!!!
On a more somber note, it was one year ago, January 6, 2013, that my father passed away. You are missed every day, Dad. As a world traveller yourself, I know you would love hearing about this adventure we just began. I'm happy you're watching over us as we trot around the globe! Rest ...
... do I have 'idiot abroad' painted across my face? The market stalls were small and had a wide range of things to buy, mostly tat stuff though. Some of them were proper shops others were more makeshift. We only had 40 minutes to look around which wasn't enough ...
... discussion was centred around where to from here. We agreed there was a huge amount of potential in the Australian clean-tech sector, and they were keen to be involved. The next face to face meeting was scheduled in Australia.
No sooner did they leave than Lei from the University picked me up again, for a busy afternoon. First stop was lunch, this time also with the Dean of the University and the head of the Urban Planning faculty. It was my first ...
... was. I spotted a man in uniform who appeared to be a guard at a bus terminal. I asked him in Chinese where the bus for the airport was. His eyes opened wide and his chin hit his feet. All that came out of his mouth was "lao wai" which means "foreigner" in Chinese (for some reason, in Chinese culture, people who don't see foreigners much can't help but blurt out "lao wai". A lot of times it is meant disrespectfully, but in this instance it seemed that his instincts took ...