Gateway Marco Polo Hotels
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... in all the other rows. It beats having to climb over other people to get out. Also there was lots of room around us, and we could recline our seats without ending up in somebody’s lap!
This polar route was so bumpy the staff couldn’t serve dinner for quite a long while. I was watching the movie about Professor Stephen Hawking, who is now in his 70s and has had Motor Neurone Disease since he was a young man. I have read his first wife’s book ...
... to walk up the 150 steps. . . . Next stop on our tour was a trip on a public bus (New Lantao Bus 21) to Tai O - a historic fishing village with stilt houses and home to the Tanka people. We didn't see any of this but let's just say 35 degrees and fish are not a good mix so we did a whistle stop tour of before getting on another NLB bus (this time No.1) to take us to Mui Wo and then the New World Ferry back to Hong Kong ...
An early start today trying to catch the sunrise but thwarted by the weather, that didn't deter a walk along the harbour front to start the day. After seeing the locals making full use of the space for running or Ti Chi groups it truly feels like a world away from the UK. The view along the harbour as the morning breaks is lovely but not long after a storm system hits so saying good by to the warm arrival temperatures. After breakfast we head out to explore the delights of Hong Kong City ...
... position until the hot water ran out.
I'd like to finish this session by saying that if I had to travel on an overnight train in a seat in any country in the world I'm sure I'd find something to whinge about. In fact if I have to sleep anywhere other than a comfortable bed I'm not a happy man. I blame this on my age, as a younger man I slept in many a distressing place without a single lip wobble but now I just don't have the ...
In the morning we headed out with Jason to the Vietnamese Embassy in order to find out some much needed information for our upcoming trip. In comparison to the embassy in New Zealand (one old dude in an office), this place was heaving, with twenty people queuing to get to the service desk. We waited for just over half an hour before speaking to someone. We then naughtily went back to Mr.Bing (the Chinese version of a pancake Subway) and with the first bit of sun shining through ...