Hengfeng Haiyue International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Then we headed over to SeaWorld to have a drink. Another friend joined at McCauleys and we ordered some food and a drink. Kai got amaretto, I had a beer. The beer was Carlsburg and it went down well. Kai's amaretto was not liking her much so she decided to get a mango margarita. She got it and kept saying it was really sweet and she kept putting water in it. Eventually we all tasted Kai's drink and I started coughing, it was basically straight mango concentrate and ...
In 1993, This once remote Monastery erected the Tian Tan Buddha(better known as the Big Buddha). It is 34 meters high and faces north to look over the Chinese people. Everything about the Big Buddha holds meaning from the hand raised in blessing to the eyes and lips. It took 12 years ...
... maze of market stalls selling mobile phones, sim cards and (most importantly) some of the best Indian food we'd had in a long time, including delicious dosas for breakfast. Our room, in true HK style, was pretty pokey- a double bed, a tiny bathroom and half a foot of floor space.
Continuing the theme from Shanghai, we spent a lot of time admiring the architecture, including the bank of China building where the staff kindly ...
... br> The manager obviously had to come and talk to these tourists that have stumbled into his restaurant and didn't think the language barrier will be a problem. He put his hand on Andy's shoulder and started to talk in Chinese, confused and being polite Andy nodded, before he knew it the manger had dragged him over to the fish tank and one of his waiters was already fishing out the main course. Quickly realising what was happening he declined and headed back ...
As my flights home took me to Hong Kong I decided to stop there for a few days.
First of all it was a shock, after travelling in Japan I wasn't used to people talking into their phones on public transport, all palces felt loud compared to Japan. Everyone wants to sell you something or has the best massage on offer or suits. I got used, found out that Hong Kong is ...