Feng Shun Hotel
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... plates. It was kind of interesting and although I am not sure why we do it I liked playing with the tea. I will definitely wash my plates with tea the next time I get a chance. The food was amazing and also was a great price. When we were thinking of leaving it started raining (the first time since we arrived). We decided to order another round of beers and chatted until the rain stopped. Then we flagged down a taxi and giggled while he honked and berated everyone else ...
... going on it’s unbelievable. All jammed so close together but working like a perfectly tuned machine. No mess, no hiccups, no waste. Wow.
We arrived at our little flat - cheap at £100 per night for so much space - and realised why it was cheap. We were in an area of Hong Kong Island called Wan Chai which is a big shopping area but also we now realise, pretty rough and sleazy - loads of bars/strip joints/dance clubs etc. It was lively and noisy, a bit edgy and ...
It's now about 6pm and feels like time for bed ... tomorrow we finish off our hop-on hop-off excursion with a cruise on the harbour and a visit to Kowloon and surrounds before heading out to the airport to get our flight to Istanbul - another red-eye flight at almost midnight, getting into Turkey early morning again on Wednesday.
First impressions are Hong Kong is a vibrant, friendly and well organised place to visit.
The temperature ...
... draing weeks leading up to it. Its good to leave work and personal stuff behind! Its start of spring and i brought a 1967 rabbit nicket to bring fortune and protection o this journey. Im not superstitious just believe in the chinese sign of the rabbit!
A21 got me to bustling nathan and jordan roads at the jordan mtr in kowloon. Embassy hotel was classic srewart backpacker day guest house. The reviews on trip advisor were ...
Wow well I know I said we were tired yesterday but today we woke at 3.30am and then slept until 10 then 12 eventually we surfaced at 1. 30pm so we slept a lot of today. But as the blog for yesterday was short today it starts proper.
We flew out on the late great Grandpa Buffs birthday. He was stationed in Hong Kong as part of his military service and had a great time here. The bus trip from the airport gave us the first glimpses of the ...