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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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To my annoyance we overslept due to the silly flight times we had so we quickly got ready and headed out. We picked up a couple of drinks and also some buns from the bakery and headed over to Victoria Peak. We took the underground and then walked to the tram that takes you to the top. There was quite a queue and it got very hot standing in line. The tram has been around for 125 years but luckily enough it has been modernized over this time. We got on board but I didn't manage ...
... same thing happened to me my 2nd year. I was able to get new passport pages and a one year tourist visa to China while in the U.S.--in 5 days. This includes the time it took to travel to Dalls from Pennsylvania and back. When I came to China, my company required me to switch to a work visa. This process took six months. Half a year to process a work visa. Between all of the absurd rules, briberies, and general incompetency, it took 180 freaking days to process a work ...
... monsoon. Back home this is just weather except the rain is vertical not horizontal, other than that it is a rainy cold day, but doesn't a monsoon sound more exciting? Take it from us, it doesn't feel Very exciting :0). But regardless we are off out into the monsoon (the shop is way more exciting) with our aim, Causeway Bay.
In order to get to Causeway Bay we decide not to walk in the monsoon, but take a ride on one of the icons of Hong Kong, which ...
On our return trip to Hong Kong we headed to Tung Chung, the home of Natani and Jez (and a massive Buddha).
We had a day trip to lamma island and did some strenuous exercise/floating in the sea. Then we enjoyed some seafood and cocktails as the sun came down, before heading into town to experience more of ...
... hours straight) and the twelve hour night flight to Paris passed remarkably quickly. We spent a few hours in CDG where Dave bumped into an old school mate (more small world!), then feeling pretty fresh, we did the hop to Copenhagen. Full marks to the airline system as all our bags turned up intact and on time. Our rental car was upgraded to a 7 seater that swallow up the four suitcases and off we set for Odense to stay with Niels & Gitte.