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... question tried to pull me from my seat when I refused, it felt justifiable. It did the trick and I did not hear a peep from anyone for the remaining few hours. As I was getting of, the husband apologized to me for her behavior but regardless, it was not a pleasant welcome back.
After quite possibly the journey from hell, it was a relief to arrive back in Changsha, the sun may have been shining but it was bitterly cold. I got on the subway and within ...
... a drink at Aqua, a skybar close to the restaurant. The view was amazing, as was the atmosphere. The best part was that the waiters here are actually friendly, as opposed to many other skybars I've visited. The evening was really nice, Ivo provided me with lots of tips to do in and around Hong Kong. My list just keeps on growing...
That Friday we crossed a long-anticipated item off the list: the junk boat! In Hong Kong it's very popular ...
... caught a train to Wan Chai then a ferry across to Kowloon. We caught a train up through the New Territories to the end of the East Rail Line. It took about forty minutes, through hilly country, and past hundreds of residential tower blocks. The metro line ends just at the Sham Chun River, which is the border with China. We got off at Lok Ma Chau station, had a quick look across into mainland China, ...
... Its very cheap only £1 I repeat £1 thats maddddd to enter including seating its right in the middle of the city with high rise buildings surrounding the huge grandstand its impressive to say the least, there is a lot less of an atmosphere than say Cheltenham or Aintree no roar but for the price and the fun of a couple of bets and cheeky pint its good, that said wouldn't swap it for one Dads picnics at Wetherby races on even a rainy day. (No winners)
Also just ...
... building was built on reclaimed land in 1988. The glass curtain was the world's largest at the time, overlooking the Victoria Harbour on three sides.
The second phase of the centre, located on an artificial island, was constructed from 1994 to 1997, and features a bird-like rooftop taking only 48 months from reclamation to completion. It has the capacity to hold 140,000 people in it's six floors of halls, meeting rooms etc.. ...