Grand Skylight Hotel Shenzhen
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After breakfast we caught the metro and went to the Kowloon side of Hong Kong. We walked along the water at an area called the Avenue of Stars. This is where the local movie stars have their stars and handprints for people to see. Bruce Lee has a statue there. From there we walked past the famous Peninsula Hotel which was built in 1928. Then it was onto Kowloon Park which was a nice break from the sun. We enjoyed seeing birds in the park aviary. We then took ...
Stopped over in Hong Kong for a night and a day, while on my trip back to Australia.
Went up Victoria Peak which gives incredible views over the city and across to Kowloon.
Saw the Botanical Gardens on my way up and visited the zoo.
... should- even if you are yellow like them. I was desperately trying to unlock my iphone and was told a hundred different things including: leaving my iphone with these randomers in a questionable looking computer accessories stall for 7 days and paying them £200 to unlock my phone. I'm not tech genius but I smelled something fishy and it wasn't the spotty schoolboy next to me eating fishballs!
Hello from Hong Kong!For todays big adventure Jord, Hus and I decided to get out of the city and check out the beautiful beaches of Hong Kong! To be honest I didn't know much about Hong Kong before this trip so I had originally pictured it to be an Asian version of New York and even though it's very similar, Hong Kong also has incredible ocean views that would have been a shame to miss. Getting to the beach was pretty funny though because it was pretty ...
... bowling and playing bingo with locals which was such fun. The locals in both places were enjoying us being there, in the bowling alley they took their pictures with us and in the bingo they came and sat with us and assisted us and gave us lots of free games. I'm really glad we went to Laos, it is a beautiful country with some of the most stunning background I've seen and on a whole the people are really nice. We also had a good mix of activities in Laos and each place was different ...