Fang Fang Li Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... loved! We strolled through The Peninsula Hotel which was beautiful and we walked along The Avenue of Stars (Hong Kong's equivalent to The Hollywood walk of fame) the boys got excited seeing the stars of Bruce Lee & Jackie Chan. In the evening we met up with Robert's friend who treated us to a fabulous Japanese meal at the Jockey Club. The next morning we met up with Claire who showed us around a fishing village on stilts, but on the ferry over to Tai O the boys saw ...
... we realise and jump off, this time grabbing one that’s going the right way!
We’re up early the next morning, as we’re heading to the far south of Hong Kong Island, to a place called Stanley, a former fishing village now turned seaside resort. We head down to Central on the MRT then catch a bus over to Stanley – we’ve got the ‘express’ bus which goes via the tunnel, so avoids the high road over the peak, but ...
... away they are orphans. Being where she has lived for the last 10 years, helps us better understand what she has gone through. It is great that she was allowed to go to school, but also sad as all the moms were standing out in front of the school waiting to pick up their children for lunch and Mia never had a mom waiting for her. We are very excited that this is going to be a change for her. I can tell that she is ...
... buildings are starting to do their thing. Due to the fact that 35 people forgot to clear immigration and had to be tracked down we are running behind schedule. Very unfortunate news for the guy from Oz standing at the back of the boat with us, not enjoying the cool breeze as he was in shorts. Oops. Eventually we get underway and are treated to a last dazzling display Hong Kong style. Dinner and we get ready for the next part of our ...
... to watch three movies and have a little nap before we landed at HK. First time I've flown with Cathay and they compare favourably. Nice flat beds, good food, Deutz champagne which is a whole lot better than Moët they serve on Emirates. Very speedy exit through immigration and customs and before we knew it were whizzing into HK by taxi. Had a look over at the speedo and saw we were doing 140km so decided to check out the ...