Hong Gui Hotel
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... had her trusty joggers on so she was able to go into the toilets without worrying where she stepped.
Taryn is quite happy as she has just added up what she has spent on getting 6 three piece suits and two pairs of pants for her mother made for $543. She is on a winner if they all work out. Now she has just worked out that one diet coke in the hotel is $6.50. I think it is time to put the converter she also go WiFi and some peanuts in that price.
... 1997 it has become a lot more Chinese. We took the bus to our hostel which stopped right outside which was pretty handy. The hostel is lovely and has real character with people having written notes about their stay over the walls. Also everyone in the room was lovely and much more relaxed then previous places. The first night we went to the avenue of stars where they have the symphony of lights, the worlds largest light and sound show. This is where all the building light up to music in ...
... was nice. We nearly got taken out by a crab a fisherman had unexpectedly caught which came flying at us. We got the MRT up to temple street Market where I went a little overboard on tea sets, (how many is too many?) gutted I couldn't take any tea or occasion flowers home, Queensland's really strict at customs with that kind of thing. We made it home for a quick shower and change as we were planning on catching the ...
... opportunity but when he saw the blokes first attempt which just dribbled into the water he thought the guy was hopeless so gave it a miss. On his second shot bugger me dead it went flying thru the air in the direction of the floating pontoon and straight into the hole in the middle about 2m x 2m, the disbelief on the pro’s face was priceless. The Chinese guy was jumping around like a cut snake. The third and final attempt was back to normal ...
... bathroom (which sometimes doesn't always work). But I had more than some people and everything was cleaned and fairly orderly. Our first stop, after setting up bank accounts and going to the police (again) was shopping! I went to Sams Club, which normally in the US, I wouldn't be caught dead in such an establishment, but times were different in China and I bought everything. Three kinds of tofu, toilet paper, a hot plate for ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services