Hanyong Business Hotel
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Perth To Hong Kong Flying Premium economy with Cathy Pacific. Overcast & raining when we took off & by 08:43 hrs & we are above the clouds the sky is blue & the sun is shining down on the clouds & into my window. Oh So pretty. The meals on the plane were ...
... for 3 months. When I arrived in China, I had to change it to a work visa. Let me go through my passport and count how many visas it took until they finally got it right, and how long.
I have seven visas over a period of 5 months. That's how inefficient the system is: they messed up the visa process seven times--which took so much up space in my passport that (as you'll see later) I had to buy $200 worth of new pages. It also took 5 months--compared to 4 ...
A fairly uneventful 8 hour flight to Hong Kong before a 4 hour stopover at the airport. Immediately after getting off the plane, we were escorted to the desk to sort some issue with our entry visas - thankfully only took a few minutes. Then, I realised that Justin didn't have his jacket - he'd left it on the plane (he blamed me but it was all him!). Since we would be landing in New York in sub-zero temperatures and it was his only jacket, we went to ...
... just a bit further a field this time. This week, more time was spent on Hong Kong island rather than Kowloon. This week was filled with; - Ocean Park (this is in Aberdeen!) - Victoria Peak - Madame Tussaud's - Cathedrals & Skyscrapers - Mid Autumn Festival Ocean park is Hong Kong's oldest and largest theme park and on of the more surreal experiences I've ever had (riding a rollercoaster which is on a cliffs edge!). It also pushed across the ...
... We couldn't exactly miss them or the tunnels A major feat of road engineering that Keith can take all the credit for (well he did build all the underpasses in London)! We passed many high rise tower blocks and an enormous container port on the journey. The sun was trying to break through but it was quite misty and murky. Although it was warm, it was not quite warm enough to remove the jumpers that we had put on in chilly ...