Zhonghangcheng Grand Skylight Hotel
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Sitting at the airport now waiting to board my flight to London. Hong Kong has been a blast! Yesterday was a bit of a struggle with a hangover and the heat. I took the bus to the south side of the island with a stop at the peak tram first. I took the tram up to victoria peak. The weather was kind to me and I had beautiful clear views of Hong Kong. Back on the bus and next stop was Repulse Bay. I had a short wander along the beach and then ...
... at 4am, partly because of my body still adjusting to the time, but also because Hong Kong Fui sounded like he was on a stag do outside our room. Clearly some "yoofs" had just got in from a night out, so i was understanding, we've all been there and ****** off the whole hotel, guilty, so i let them off. It carried on for over an hour. Every inch of me wanted to open the door and round house kick them in the faces, except i would probably end up receiving it myself. The ...
... the school had rented out. Still suffering from a shrunken stomach from my first bout of food poisoning, I picked and poked at the selections of food that were brought out to us. My most-enjoyed entree were the green veggies....mmmm :) but, then there was that piece of random meat that I bit into that wasn't what I thought it was. At first glance, it looked the small pieces of steak. I wasn't sure, so I watched to see how many people pulled from that dish to eat- there ...
... was impeccable and there was an atmosphere of sophistication and charm.
After a great meal we parted ways with Chloe's mum and wandered around Pacific Place (basically a mall/shopping centre). We stopped for a while and went and saw The Hobbit in 3D. Gandalf, Bilbo and the crew took us on an adventure through middle earth and conveniently left us with an eager wait for the next movie.
... Central Park. I found my way to Hollywood Road (there are many American and British influences in the street names), and spotting some ominous clouds approaching, I ducked into a cafè. Minutes later, the downpour began, effectively making my coffee taste that much better. As the rain subsided, I headed back out and ascended many stairs to the south of Central, only getting a fraction of the way up to The Peak, the highest point on ...
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