Dragon Spring Hotel
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... we ate but it was delicious ( did recognize prawns). Cost was 100 dollars (less than £9). Found flower market and goldfish market. Would love to have brought some home - the heron could have had a feast! Only problem is didn't bring enough cool clothes, really hot and sunny today at 31 degrees. Just walking around the streets is ...
... we did Macao in 2.5 hours now on the 16.00 back to HKG. Highlight was the baguettes in l'occitane cafe and the ruins of St. Paul are good still glad we went another country ticked off list And there is a free bus from terminal into town take the ...
... in the wrong direction. Luckily for us an American expat. was sitting beside us and as we looked confused he informed us that we were heading out to Cheung Chau Island, a popular summer destination for locals with great sea food restaurants. Further discussion revealed the trip took 35 minutes. He also mentioned that the fare was much more than the Harbour ferry - we later discovered $37 Hong Kong one way. Well, we had to see the funny side, even though Sue, who tends to ...
... where I had the best press dumplings I have ever tasted! After dinner we walked to the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui to see the Avenue of Stars, modelled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which honours celebrities of the Hong Kong film industry (Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee were the only ones I had heard of!) As we walked along the promenade we were also able to admire the stunning panoramic view of the city skylines across Victoria Harbour which were lit ...
... is really nice. Nicer than any hotel I’ve stayed at in America! I got to my room around 11:30 p.m. local time on February 27th, after leaving my house at 5:30 a.m. on the 26th.
It’s currently 5 a.m. on Feb 28th. I’m awake writing this because I can’t fall back to sleep. Hopefully my transition to China time and jet lag won’t be too bad.
Stay tuned for updates! The fun part of my trip is just ...