Hotel Bonaparte by Rhombus
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sunday was the traditional Chinese Mid Autumn festival, when the moon is at its brightest which is an obvious reason to celebrate! For me it meant a five day weekend, as I always have Thursdays and Fridays off and Chinese apparently get very bad hangovers as we all got the day after the festival (Monday) off as well. Yay! I spent the weekend discovering Hong Kong and finally learning a bit more about the culture. On Friday we went shopping in Causeway bay, ...
... are pretty incredible! I would've never imagined the wide range of countries that my new friends would be from. Our friend group is extremely eclectic, and that's what makes it beautiful! Everyone comes from such a different culture, and lifestyle in general, so there is always something new to learn. My eyes have been opened to a whole different world that I would have never been able to see without meeting these amazing people. The ...
... Then headed back (tram), hot and tired, but having seen lots. Feedback on Hong Kong is really good so far. Fascinating, very different, friendly people, good food, really easy to get around. And lots to spend your holiday money on. Oh yes, and first fridge magnet purchased (but Lucy is policing my objective of 1x per day!). Kowloon today ... (Saturday) David (Jane, Lucy and ...
... the most touristy things you can do they give you amazing views of the city and going across the star ferry really sends you back to when it would have been the only transport to or from the island! Feeling a bit worse for ware from the last too nights it was time to relax so I went our in search of some good food, what I stumbled upon fitted the bill perfectly, nestled away in some of causeway bays (where I was staying) side streets was a family run restaurant full of locals, as ...
... it took us around the Harbour of Aberdeen- people live on boats. Was not for me.
Next we went to Stanley Markets- this place is amazing. The markets had a range of things- bags, clothes, linen, everything. We went for lunch and walked down the boardwalk area- and it was like a coastal France. Not many Asian people out and about. Not sure why. But so many restaurants and places to just stop. We found a great place ...