Howard Plaza Hotel Hsinchu
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... li>Wearing seatbelts are funny, because sliding around in the car is more fun.There are always more you find out about driving here. But the real challenge is parking and well scooters.
- There are millions because they are cheaper then cars and well easier to park.
- If you don't feel like driving on the road the the side walk is just fine. (doesn't apply to just ...
... had a good boogie on the dance floor as there was a live band and they sang songs we at least had heard of. On the dance floor this man flashed money at me to give to me and I was seriously offended...I took the note (probably worth around £4-5, ripped it up and threw it at him. (Later next morning we realised we must have been in a prostitute area and hadn't known). We left there in the early hours of the morning ...
Stayed on Lamma Island in Hong Kong with Roz , mike, meg and dave. Only had to walk down a few steps to hit a beach. Went swimming with almost Hawaii style waves due to the recent typhoon. Went on a stroll on Sunday morning and found another beach and just jumped straight in. Lamma is an awesome place. Staying on Hong Kong mainland now. Visiting again on Wednesday. Over and out Soph ...
... we must have passed about 10 McDonald's. Crazy.
My last day in HK and I'm very much looking forward to my flight to Aus to hook up with my boy Dougie Stafford!! A few hours to do some final site seeing and take a ride on their subway to Tung Chung to the cable cars and the largest ever stone Buddha statue!
One thing I will remember about HK is the people here are so friendly and after a day or so to settle you realise it is a pretty safe city to travel on your ...
... although don't try to put ANY apologetic emphasis into it; adding emphasis to Chinese is for the most skilled only, as any change in tone can affect the meaning, potentially fatally.
Also helpful are 'mayo' and 'wo bu yao'. The former means 'don't have' and the latter is 'don't want'.
When you DO want, it's 'wo yao nèigè'. Or to simply point, 'nèigè' and 'zhège'. 'zhège' rhymes with 'jigger' so you can work ...