Hai Lin Hotel
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... and a little frustrating for him when we couldn't understand or we couldn't understand him. But kudos to him for trying so hard! Before going out, Chloe and I had asked the lady at reception where we were supposed to be for our half day tour the next day. She said she would let us know and write a note by our bed. Unfortunately the note was not helpful, telling us to contact our travel agent. However by the time we found he note, it was 2am, and the tour was starting at 8.30am. ...
... little drink! On we went to have a great Dim Sum lunch. Got the Tram to Happy Valley where Sue lives costing all of 40p Just getting ready for dinner another glass in hand!!
We went back to Happy Valley to met Sue for dinner and we went to a local Japanese bending down to enter, even me! All the dishes were on sticks and very yummy. When we got back to the hotel we decided to give the Riva bar on the roof a little look, it was on the 27th floor and the views were amazing.
... champagne - reports it is an acquired taste. Which is a good thing. Max has only vomited for the last few hours. As soon as breakfast arrived, that whiff of airline food and coffee sent him off. Poor thing. Currently in Cathay Business lounge with Max enjoying a long shower. A little Asian woman whisked him away to a cubicle in the depths of the shower precinct. We figure we will send a search party in after 30 minutes if he doesn't surface...Hoping to get some food into him and ...
... was a great place to people watch. (One of my favorite pastimes)
Our group headed out from the hotel around 1:30 that afternoon for a tour of Kowloon. The Kowloon Peninsula is the part of Hong Kong that is connected to the Chinese Mainland. For the next four hours we would visit several interesting locations; the Chi Lin Nunnery, (Convent), the Wong Tai Sin Taoist Temple, Hong Kong’s famous Bird ...
... Free shop for less money. Our last stop was Man Mo Temple the worship of the civil or literature God takes place within these walls. Many prayers take place at this temple especially prior to students major exams. Lily offered that perhaps students should just study more.We spent time in Hong Kong Park where we visited the Tea Museum at the Flagstaff House one of the only remaining examples of western architecture in Hong ...