Golden Lustre Hotel
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... of their public transport system. Seriously, we are an embarrassment to the rest of the world in this department -the local cafés with their warm bread and croissants -the super cool 7/11s that sell everything you need and more -the stationary..this is my porn for sure. I love the books, the tapes, the pens, the stamps. I have had this fetish for as long as I can remember...my first job was in a newsagent and maybe this is where it all started. -the cutest laneway bars ...
... I wanted to do it all again. My easy first round match had not prepared me very well for today, but I look forward to meeting Hope again, perhaps at the US masters next year. She was the 45+ winner this past March and apparently has been working with a coach for the last 3 months to prepare for this tournament. I'd like to thank my cheering squad of Johnny, Susan, Penny, Ricky, and of course Kathy, all of my coaches! I was hoping to beat Hope for the opportunity to play ...
... tall, a little like the ghost bus from Harry Potter! They are also very cheap – 20p or so, but are incredibly slow – it takes twice as long as the bus would have to reach the racecourse! Still, it’s the experience that matters! The tram terminates at Happy Valley, so we wander round to the entrance – it costs a huge $10 to get it (roughly 80p!) It’s another iconic HK institution, and it’s a great place to be, particularly ...
To jesteśmy już we właściwych Chinach, chociaż nadal w nowoczesnym
mieście. Już po przekroczeniu granicy widać różnice między HK a
Shenzhen. Po pierwsze jest brudno – już za bramkami granicy jest syf, śmieci na ulicy. Ludzie tez wyglądają gorzej - podrobione torebki LV (dokładnie takie same jakie można kupić od ciemnoskórych we ...
... was quite surreal to go from Kathmandu, Nepal to Hong Kong... talk about worlds apart... After a lunch of Chinese food, translated by Larry, we boarded a boat to Cheung Chau Island and walked along a nature preserve walk. This walk started out with a steep climb, and ended up with a remarkable view out over the harbor. Hong Kong, from a distance, looks like a series of lush green islands, with a mountain in the middle of most of them. It ...