Jinghu Boutique Hotel
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... a few side tours. The first stop was the longest suspension bridge in the world. 3.4 kilometres long. It links the main land to Lantau Island. It was built the year before the airport was completed. The airport is on completely reclaimed land from the sea. I think it was finished in around 1998. A little beach on the way, boring, no swimmers, I think mainly a toilet stop, or 'happy place' stop. Interesting when on one side the cubicles have normal seats and on the other ...
... immenses pels voltants de l’Hotel Peninsula amb uns diamants que enlluernaven.
Tots aquests mercats eren a la part de Kowloon, però també vam anar al Mercat de les Antiguitats a Hong Kong Island, a la Hollywood Road que, a part de les antiguitats xineses precioses, hi havia moltes més botigues i comerços francesos i italians.
De menjar n’hi ha molta varietat a ...
... energy from but they are amazing hosts! We had a private room at the restaurant which was lovely and nice to meet some of their mates. Nina's friend Mary doesn't live in HK anymore but her fiancé Matt does and he also came along today which was great as we got to know him a bit better. The food was really good - lots of sushi, and tasty Japanese stuff but after all we have eaten recently it's fair to say we didn't do the brunch justice. Pete also managed about 2 sips ...
... I heard her introduce her MaMa and BaBa (dad) to the security guard as we went into the complex. We walked up about 6 flights of stairs into Mia's home. It was one room with several wooden chairs, a coffee table and TV. The kitchen was closed off from the rest of the house by decorative glass panels. The home had 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. Mia shared a room with bunk beds with a 16 year old girl. This girl was ...
... we've been too! The atmosphere is great and everyone talks to each other and there is stuff to do every night so it's like being with one big family from around the world! After settling in Jord and I decided that it was time to empty our bags and ship everything we didn't need back home so goodbye winter clothes, sleeping bags and all of our souvenirs up until now which made so much room in our bags! I also sent home some summer stuff because as much as ...