Silka West Kowloon Hotel
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... to go through immigration and customs it takes a while. Karry and I decided while we waited in line that we would try and get all our shopping we needed up there done so we don't have to make the trek again.
i have a curse on me this trip, if something happens to one of us it is always me! Yesterday I was just about to get back on the plane and go home! When we first arrived my bank card wouldn't give me ...
... head attached to the wall above the sink. Backpacking has now become a real reality to both of us. We couldn't resist a wander to see the night life of Hong Kong. Taking our time we stretched our legs then began exploring and food tasting. We found a delicious Cantonese cafe to enjoy our first of many rice dinners. After dinner we took a gentle stroll along the promenade to enjoy the Hong Kong Island skyscraper coastline lit up so beautifully at night.
... bellies...kinda gross. Anyhoo, in the evening we ate and went down to the beach to have a few drinks whilst watching the sea. We also received a million flyers from various Western backpackers working in the area, each promising a free drink, beer for 50 cents and laughing gas balloons. We got so many we honestly think you could solve the deforestation issue if you just got them to write it on a sandwich-board instead.
The next day we dropped by the school Becky volunteered ...
... with Kay for a while & one that signals the end of our amazing adventure. Hong Kong is very different to when we were here last. Trying to put my finger on what it is that makes me say this... Still thinking. Has it lost atmosphere? However, it is ideal as a stop over & hoping the effects of jet lag will be lessened. Think I prefer Singapore ...
... quirkiest mix of the two possible; part "glamorous" Chinese, part terrace with a roof on. It's just fascinating. There's a lot of really odd dead space which could have had an extra bedroom or remained as terrace, and the bedroom is like being in a caravan in as much as it is separated from the main original body of the house. The lounge has chandlers and lit display cabinets, it's joined to the kitchen by a corridor of cabinets and mirrors, and the kitchen has a ...