Grand Holiday Hotel
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... 6:15 now so it is about 4:15 Hong Kong time. It is now 8:00 Australian time and I'm watching planes, it's my school bedtime. I'm still on the plane and we're not landing yet. It's really dark in the plane, the only reason I can see is because of the screen on the back of the seat in front of me. My mum just told me that there is still a couple of hours until we land. So since it's still a while to go, I have started watching a documentary called ...
Waking up at 5 AM ( I guess we are still time adjusting), we started or normal morning routine. Getting showers, checking email....CHECKING EMAIL... while checking our email, we found that the ferry company (turbojet) had reported the phone found. We needed to report to the ferry terminal in Kowloon to pick it up. Excited, we made our way to the ferry terminal around 7 AM. We got to the terminal and reported to Gate H on the first floor of departures (as instructed in ...
... population is the same race, as well as being brainwashed into thinking the same. It's no wonder that they're pretty racist--and we're not talking about blacks only. We're talking about other Asians, blacks, whites, Indians, whatever. Because of the mindset that "our culture is better" and Western movies, they learn that every other race is there to take advantage of them or steal from them. All Americans have guns. All Africans steal. All Germans are drunks. All Japanese ...
... go back soon and we can catch up.
We then left and visited Times Square - HK version! Just a shitload of shopping. I then treated myself to a chestnut macchiato and am now chilling out.
The mall next door is insane. Picture Metrotown at Christmas time.. 10x busier and like that EVERY DAY. Its tiring navigating around millions of people everyday. Vancouver seems tiny and completely empty with no crowds in comparison.
... the room was very clean, very small granted, with white tiles floor to ceiling. I could just to say get my rucksack between the bed and the wall and the bathroom (ha) was the size of a toilet cubicle with a hand basin in and a pink shower above the toilet! I had the best night's sleep ever, quiet and comfortable with both aircon and a fan and a TV on the wall at the foot of the bed. I could have free tea and coffe from the corridor! Things ...