HJ International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... world to us, they made the whole experience magical, and we will never forget them.
While living here, we have been lucky enough to visit Hong Kong on many occasions, a place that we love for so many reasons. It’s as exciting, hectic, crowded and noisy a city as we have ever been to, but within skipping distance of beautiful beaches and mountains. We also took an unforgettable trip to Guilin, one of the most sought after destinations in China for ...
... and then generally speculating about his life. Walking to school with Catherine, Andreas and Mikkel every morning, eating most of our meals together and just generally being weird together. Having a comfortable little life with an awesome group of people. I'm really gonna miss that.
But what awaits for me is hiking through beautiful scenery, experiencing new cities and minority villages, seeing snow-capped mountains, wildlife, temples... bring it on.
... We ended up with a good spot, near the beginning and by the TV cameras, and watched the long awaited Dragon Boat Race. The Dragon Boats, were long, wooden canoes, with dragon heads planted on each end of the boat. In the middle, sat a giant drum beating the pace for what the rowers should do. In all, eight teams participated, and the race lasted for over two hours. We stayed and watched about an hour of the race due to it being the hottest day of the year. We took pictures, got up ...
... than the Chinese food in this region). Last night we went to the Wanda Hotel (new and luxurious) for an International Food Event for charity. As you can tell, eating is one of the main entertainments here!
Tim and I both had a last trip to Dr. Hugo at Global Doctors this week. I had another gastro-virus, and couldn’t eat for a couple of days (horror of horrors) and Tim had a throat infection with the ...
... travel across to Sichuan to see some national parks and climb some mountains (and see the pandas OFC), before making my way into Yunnan via the Sichuan-Tibetan Highway. I'll be spending a lot of time at altitude which isn't my favourite, but the scenery will be rewarding. In Yunnan I'll be spending time in some ethnic minority villages and seeing some more beautiful scenery, hopefully the rice terraces, Lugu Lake and Tiger Leaping Gorge. But let's see what I can fit in!