Golden Palace Hotel
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... heat and humidity, it wasn't really worth contemplating much more. We caught a train to Hong Kong Central, where Bob lost his Octopus Card and we had to buy another one. Luckily he was let out of the station without having to pay, and what he lost was probably less than ten dollars. In all the confusion we came out the wrong exit and spent quite a while trying to find a bus to take us to where you catch the tram to the ...
... basic and quite dirty too, and we seemed to have a park bench instead of a sofa! But it didn't take long for us to be happy with it. We're in a perfect area, right near a massive food market with awesome street food and fruit, and also a Tesco's, bizarrely. We have a balcony that looks out over some trees and a square where people play basketball, and the building even has a roof garden! Now we've unpacked the apartment looks a lot more homely and we've become the ...
... we partied and danced the night away with everyone. Every hour we kept reminding each other of the fact that we had to be up early, but neither of us wanted to leave. We were just having too much fun. In summation: No regrets.
Once we awoke I will forever remember Benjamin's face as he shot out of bed like a bat out of hell and slapped his hands to his face channeling Home Alone, as he screamed "WE MISSED OUR FLIGHT!" We both scrambled and packed our backpacks ...
... and gardens. It was great. We did get a bit sick of shops though - they are everywhere, going on for miles and miles, everybody shopping all the time ?? who has all this money ? clearly not us. I think it may be the Chinese - they come here to shop from mainland China because of the low tax. Throughout it all we wandered for ages in Hong Kong Island itself, which is what we like to do in big cities. Rob took endless photos of buildings, footpaths, walls, corners and generally things ...
... rest of the floors are all for residents?
The location is quite prime though. The metro is right outside and there is a large mall connected to it across the street. The first thing I did was go to get my octopus card (public transit card). It is a flat rate and it is a pay as you go system (cost based on distance).
We walked up and down Nathan road and through a nearby park with a bunch of animation characters. ...