Fang Fang Li Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... before the British moved in. The market offers reasonable priced clothes and accessories which apparently the tourists and locals both use. Victoria Peak on the Island offers spectacular views when clear. Exclusive residences for the super rich families litter the hillsides, the maids and nannies were seen collecting the kids from pre-school. Kidnapping is a problem in the area. The Victoria Peak Tram, named by the British after Queen ...
... a couple of times. Thankfully they do have english street names. I probably won't be so lucky in China. That said, I rode the ferry three times today - very exciting stuff. I always wish I lived near bigger bodies of water. My pictures of the gorgeous nunnery and gardens I visited are on my camera and unlikely to be uploaded until I'm home, you'll have to be happy with the camera selfies and snap shots. ...
... well done!
This took, pretty much all day, but as it was wet we would not have been able to do much outside anyway. Later in the afternoon we travelled to Norm's work to check out his new place of employment and it was very impressive. The facilities in these schools put ours to shame!
Tomorrow is our last day (where has the time gone?) but we don't leave until the evening so we still have time for another day's sight ...
In the morning at 6.35 Annabel, Ben and I all went down for a nice refreshing swim and played fun games and got nice and wet. We were frozen afterwards, no literally we were frozen like an ice cube. Mum shouts out to us saying we will miss the bus so we jumped out of the pool and ran inside and had breakfast and went to catch the bus at 8am. We were on the bus for around 30 mins but we finally got to Central station and caught one train and then caught another train and guess what? ...
... the Chinese way, by dictation. Its history is drilled into its citizens' brains, minus all the bad stuff like 30 million people dying during a certain revolution, and they are taught by their elders and teachers that Chinese culture is the best. Fortunately and unfortunately, they have Western media to blame for their citizens not completely buying that, as they slowly figure out certain freedoms are ignored.
In other words, we're looking at a nation where 92% ...