Fang Fang Li Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... specifically the Avenue of Stars. Took the metro over there, and boy was it beautiful all lit up at night. What was even cooler was, we got there at like 7:45 in the evening, and saw tons of people all lined up, as if they were waiting for something. Way too many people just sitting there enjoying the skyline. Sure enough, there was a light show scheduled for 8:00. And when I'm talking light show, I mean 50 story skyscrapers from both sides ...
... was around 25 and we really under estimated the value of damage the sun could do.
After 5 hours on the beach we decided to head back. It was only at this point we realised the sun had damaged us. Sunburnt along our shoulders. Nathans much worse. And whenwe arrived back we realised how bad it actually was. We had put sun creamon, factor 30, but should have re applied again! A lesson learn and maybe it happened on our first bit of sun.
... 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 ...
It's getting colder here in Hong Kong, which has come as a bit of a surprise after six months of living in warm soup. By cold, I mean the movie version of cold, where everyone wears big jumpers and wooly hats and drinks hot chocolate while giggling, rather than the version of cold I'm used to which involves wearing three jumpers and crying. Obviously though, the negatives are that there is NO heating and still constant air con and stone floors, so it ...
... doorway between two posh clothes shops to be greeted by a very bored looking security man who immediately grunted, "Level 3" in very poor English. The outside of the building was quite deceptive as the inside was quite run down. We made our way to a rackety lift at the end of a dingy hallway and pressed 3 as instructed. As we waited for the lift Mash noticed a sign that kindly explained that the hostel was run illegally according to building regulations but with the ...