Jinghu Boutique Hotel
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... three of us were determined to find Book City, that one of our party was sure was right next to this mall. We walked one direction for a while and she said nope it should be this way. So we walked that way for a while and then she said maybe it is here. So we walked that way. Our wanderings took us to Starbucks where I bought a travel mug because it had a rabbit that spun around inside it. No other reason really but as you can tell it was a must have just like the hat. We walked a ...
... in the lovely HK park with many water features and prettily coloured flowers and butterflies everywhere. It seemed to coincide with the terrapin mating season as they were all at it, despite the heat! Before catching the star ferry back from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon we marched the streets. Here we discovered that HK has three levels -one above and one below ...
... Extreme More Than Words. He was having a break and someone else was taking over- the guy said he'd play it if I sang it! After a while with me saying no I can't do that and him saying go on- I decided to take the plunge and do it! I was soooo nervous!! Couldn't really hear myself either because the guitar and backing drums were so loud. Apparently I wasn't too bad as everyone asked for an encore- I ran off the stage in response! Lol. Another story for the ...
Impressions of Hong Kong Hong Kong was different from what I expected. Hong Kong is busy, but there is order in the crowds. Shopping and brand names are everywhere, yet people dressed casual. A lot more like Canada than China. In China, people where whatever they want, but for women that usually means short tight dresses and high heels. In Hongkong I saw lots of ...
... temperatures rise? With its high population density, sea level altitude and forests of glass skyscrapers, Hong Kong is uniquely positioned to suffer from the effects of climate change, Hong Kong University and CSR Asia predicted in a report at the end of 2008. Hong Kong can expect
a significant increase in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, such as heat waves, tidal surges, typhoons and very heavy rainfall. Sea levels ...