Gateway Marco Polo Hotels
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... around there for awhile before going back to the hotel. Then we went to buy some sushi and ate it at the hotel. They had free happy hour drinks at the hotel, so Kjersti's friend Shirley came there to meet us, and we hung out with her there for a couple of hours before taking a bus to the airport to start our long journey back to Oslo again. We will take an over-night flight to Doha, Qatar first, and then another flight from Doha to ...
... really don't think they understand western food here, as in the canteen you can get a croissant with salad and fries :') :') Well, either way, despite the crowded lineup, nosedives, boards in my face (yes after I did enjoy a good wave my board blew out of the water straight into my face and my teeth punctured my bottom lip so now I look like half a Kendall Jenner), sunburns, blue knees and my overall un-ability to properly surf I am still super stoked from this weeks sessions! ...
... side of the harbour before heading back to the hotel. Later we walked back along the promenade to watch the 'light show' on the buildings of Hong Kong Island. We saw the 'light show' from the Avenue of Stars which is Hong Kong's version of Hollywood's boulevard walk of fame but with more home grown talent. However it is a place where all the tour buses from mainland China stop and disgorge the passengers. The Hong Kong residents do not really like the mainland Chinese. I ...
... there is a section which leads you straight to the train station. If we had known we probably wouldn't of been held up by the man from china or taken the wrong turn. The train got held up and the voice said that we would be going slowly for a while which wasn't helping the fact that we were already running late. When we finally got to the bus stop, we were lucky because the bus didn't have room for everyone. The ride to the Gold Coast was quick but when we got there Locky and ...
... amongst the stall holders selling their wares. It was great to pick up fresh grapes and pawpaw, and some salad veges for the kids. It was also interesting to see the typical little Chinese shops selling their seafood, dried fruit, nuts and medicines. I also browsed the shops down Gough St which is renowned for beautiful, funky homewares and knick knacks. I returned to the hotel around 5pm in time for the kids to ...