Herton Seaview Hotel
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... Sea day which in cruise lingo means an official “do nothing” day which was absolutely ok with us. We started the day by the pool soaking up some rays and reading our books and then spent the rest of the morning/early afternoon sitting in the shade (it was HOT) with James and Megan who we bumped into and had a great time just chatting and getting to know each other better. The waiters all around the pool deck area were very funny and had an incredible knack for ...
... and factory. It was 'nice' and we enjoyed it but had we known better we just would have headed to the beach independently and spent longer there. It's one of those ports (and there has only been a couple so far) where they can only show you what's there and when there isn't much there it can be a little disappointing. Day at sea today, Vietnam ...
... to go on an organized tour we would be still OK with the original single visa- confused? We were too, but after successfully negotiating Chinese Immigration we went on the 'Best of Sanya' tour to see lots of Buddhist temples and a huge three faced ...
Mum and I spent the day at Lantau Island (Dad didn't fancy it and stayed onboard) crossing the strongest suspension bridge in the world. First we visited the only genuine fishing village in Hong Kong, houses built on stilts and totally reliant on the fishing industry they simply don't waste a thing, the markets have every fish and fish part dried and hanging on their stalls, their speciality....well that would be the fish ...
We set sail at 7 pm last night in very cloudy (smog) conditions. Had a lovely dinner at a new table on the upper level of the restaurant and met a nice couple from Melbourne. They are travelling Singapore to Hong Kong as are most people we have met except the round the worlders (one couple from Caloundra would you believe) who then fly back home from UK. Early night ...