Silka Far East Hotel
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Tsim Sha Tsui ... Strolled along Victoria Harbour on Avenue with the stars. Took a few pics with caracters. There was soooo many tourist! Really a nice tourist vibe ... There was a street shop that sold schredded squid ... I'll pass on that one though ... A bit further on was a Starbucks cafe where we could sit and have a nice warm cup of coffee …
... and then go back home. Every day, entire buses of Mainlanders are dropped of in shopping areas, and you can instantly spot them for their poor taste and the huge suitcases they're dragging around. These suitcases are empty at the beginning of the day, but are slowly filled up towards the end. On the two occasions that I went to China, the locals warned me about how unsafe it was. They told me to make sure I would hold my bag firmly and be careful ...
... I did do some sightseeing. So on my first night I had a wander with Nicole around the HK side and saw all the banks with their lights and the view of Kowloon skyline...HK is pretty cool with it’s tall buildings and lights, bit like New York I have to say but maybe better! The next day I had a wander around Central on my own while the others went to work, so I say wander, more like got lost because I had no map (oh and there was no ...
... know how I will select or how many albums I'm likely to fill up. By the way I sent dome more postcards yesterday, should go by air mail, posted in Xiamen not on board ship. It will be interesting to know how long they take to arrive, I have sent one to work. The difference in price is astronomical China international mail, I paid about £4 for 4 postcards including ...
... tailored jogging bottoms paired with a suit jacket and leather shoes, that made me smile. In Kowloon I've been approached more for fake products, but not by Chinese people. They stand outside the expensive watch shops trying to sell fake versions, quite a good idea really. When handing back your credit card it's done with 2 hands and a bow of the head which I rather like. Forgot to mention the other day when I had my massage it took my ages to find ...