Goodview Hotel Tangxia
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the transport system and the general daily routine of living here. The food has been delicious and I'll definitely miss the taste, convenience and cost of food here! I've attached more food photos from this trip for you to enjoy ;)
Hopefully it won't be another 6 years before I return again.
Signing out from HK for the last time...
... washing and I'm not happy. In the end we eat at the hotel which is particularly average. We order from the a la carte menu but most people are eating the buffet, in fact we think there are a lot of Chinese tourists and frankly it is feeding time at the zoo! Obviously Hongkonkers are not included in this. We have quite a frank conversation about is traveling really for us. We talk about going home early and what we miss! ...
... visions of people crunching it!!!
Both Yvonne and Venus studied at Oxford Brookes university, some years ago.
Smell - Hong Kong's smell is without a doubt dried fish. We are staying just off dried fish street. They dry and cure everything, they have people sorting the fish and the shops are bursting with dried fish but we never see anyone buy anything, apparently it's a delicacy. No wonder there is nothing left in the ...
... site was 3 hours away. By the time I met with Marco (the tour guide) I was told that due to bad weather (sigh you have no idea) a lot of people had cancelled and instead we were going to go to another place about an hour away by car. We got to his car, and there was a lovely Swedish couple that could speak German and a bit of English. We ended up going to Songshang Lake in Dongguang. I was told that the ride was 40 kilometers (25 miles) O_O omg....
LOL I think ...
Up bright and early at 04.20am for an hours taxi ride to Guilin Airport. One neventful flight later and we arrived in Schenzen airport (as its very close to Hong Kong and saved us 120 quid on our flights to land there instead) and then caught the train to the Chinese border, through a very long queue for passport control and then onto the subway and we were officially now in Hong Kong! Subway system here is like a spider web with lots of ...