Lee Garden Hotel
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... hands and feet of Richard. Quick collect the luggage, buy some beers and on our way to the hotel. Quick change and off to the shopping area and find the ferry to Chueng Chau. What a lovely first impression of Hong Kong. Quite a transition from the bush in Limpopo to this metropole. I think we squized everything out of our short HKG trip. From the moment we landed to the moment we returned to JNB was packed with good experiences, cool ...
The next morning a walking tour of the area was on the agenda, but was not mandatory; however we tagged along with the group. IT gave us an opportunity to get re-acquainted with the area, since we had walked it in 2007. Our final stop before we were left to explore (read shop, here) was at an optician where I presented my updated eye prescription and ordered a new pair of glasses. “They will be ready ...
... Tsim Sha Tsui. We were not sure where to go. At first we mistakingly talked to some old ladies who were stretching. Soon they left and we had to search again. Then we saw a bigger group around the corner, ready to start the Tai Chi class. It was a very nice experience with harmonic movements accompanied with soft Chinese music. We particularly enjoyed the views and the passion that the “lady of the ...
... 8222;marek" raczej niedostępnych na polskim rynku ;) Lista zakupów zrobiona jeszcze w PL, zamówienia od znajomych zebrane, no ale wybór asortymentu okazał się problemem. Gdybyśmy mieli otwierać budę na rynku w jakiejś mieścinie to byśmy do PL wysłali kontenery ciuchów, kosmetyków, ledów i obudów na iPhony. W centrum miasta i przy granicy, w gigantycznych budynkach ...
We arrived in Shenzhen and crossed into the border of Hong Kong. Not needing a visa everything was pretty quick. Once we passed through immigration, which non of our luggage was check which was strange, we waited for a train to the centre. The train ride was only a short journey before changing onto the subway. Luckily we had written up our own little map from the subway to the hotel and even checked out the exit's, they have a few! And it was a good job ...