Silka Far East Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We still have an hour and a half before pick up so I head to the bar and Johnny wants to go shopping! I order a wine and before long, Johnny is back to join me and we sit and enjoy the last sights of Hong Kong from Hari's Bar. Next while a second drink arrives and I say I have not ordered it but smiley waitress tells us it is "Happy Hour" so 2nd one free! Thanks very much with a big smile!!!
Our car arrives at 8.15 to take us to the Airport and we are on ...
... the service made up for the low prices :/ I was lucky that I was a single , I was in and eating in a half an hour, while others who had two or more in their party waited over an hour and a half to get a table. I also got lucky, in that I was seated next to a Chinese couple who were originally from HK but now live in... you guessed it, Toronto, Canada. Of course we hit it off, they were offering food to me even before I was able to order my own. They wanted me to try their ...
... the Hong Kong border. He showed us which line we needed to take, which station to change at, and then the next line to take to get to the border station. He also pointed us in the right direction, as each line had its own entrance. We were very thankful for his help, (and wondered where he'd been for the past hour or so), and also why the instructions we'd been given by china.diy.travel didn't seem to be correct, since all of the other information they'd given us had ...
... to Lantau island - Big buddha, Tai O
A train from Central will take you to the cable car terminal onto Lantau Island in about 30-40 minutes. (It is also the train to Hong Kong Disneyland so it is rammed with small children, so be prepared!)
We had hoped to get the cable car, but the ticketing system was extremely disorganised and the wait 2 hours long, so we decided to catch the bus instead which was only slightly less painfully organised but was only $35 ...
Wow, what a city! As soon as we got here, we knew we wanted more. I just don't know how to describe Hong Kong. I suppose it's a bit like a pinball machine - the lights, the sounds, the constant movement. Every corner offers a unique and exciting photo opportunity. The entire city seems as if it's illuminated with neon signs and flashing lights, which advertise various Chinese characters and ridiculous English phrases. Sometimes, it's so bright ...