Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
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... was only a 30 minute walk down to the Botanical Gardens, so I set out. I made a video. The walk was so steep, it was no wonder it only took 30 minutes to go down. I finally came to the Botanical Garden and Zoology Park. They had birds, monkeys, turtles, even a raccoon! The gardens were beautiful and I sat for a while at the fountain. It wasn't warm, but it was warmer then the Peak. My next adventure took place at the Hong Kong Exhibition Centre. It took me about half an hour ...
... no intetesting or annoying passengers to report Goodbye to:- Running on Thai time, crazy taxis, tukno tuktuks, 29th floor Indians, barbed wire streets, Thai baht, plug socket converters, warm weather clothes, Thai food, Thaifighters, Thaipins, and Thai Me kangaroo down sport Watched gravity Very good. Didn't think the ending was original enough. Would have liked to see some poisonous snakes get the last laugh or something. Maybe an exploding chickenfrog with ...
So today was basically more of a rest day for me then anything else, since we got in and got to sleep last night (or technically this morning) at around 1am. Tired as, i woke up at around 10am and got up, glad to be back in a city where wearing shorts outside is a viable cause of death. I got up and after a quick breakfast of toast, got to work on the computer for the day. My plans were to accomplish adding in photos to the previous blog entries! So yeah, almost every ...
... was the first person to greet me at the office:
Can't beat the view. It's quite a heat wave outside but thank goodness for blasting A/C. I have to say the air quality in HK is horrible. But indoors is not picnic either. Everything here is so humid so sometimes things smell a bit moldy...but who's complaining?
The lobby of the Client's office.
... up further and then out at various points to see the view.
We also went for a ride on the longest outdoor escalator in the world too. It goes for 20 minutes, almost a kilometre up into the hills to take residents to their homes. In the mornings it takes people down and in the evenings it takes people back up – it’s just unfortunate if you work nights. ;-) Along the way there are ...