La Fonte International Hotel
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... I really needed to eat something before I went to bed so I wandered downstairs. They have a café in the hostel where I ordered "French Toast" for HK$29 - it was one of the cheaper options that didn't look totally unhealthy. I think in the end it was really just fried bread (but four inch thick bread so it wasn't just all oil), but it was still tasty. There was also free lemon water in the café which I drank four or five glasses of, trying to ...
... 750 graphic panels, a number of dioramas and multi-media programs, and enhanced with special audio-visual and lighting effects, The Hong Kong Story outlines the natural environment, folk culture and historical development of Hong Kong vividly. The exhibition starts telling the story from the Devonian period 400 million years ago and concludes with the reunification of Hong Kong with China in 1997.
When we finished our short time travelling we were so tired we decided ...
... but we live in hope. Port talk on our last Vietnamese port this morning, Phu My which is a port from which they head off to Ho Chi Min city. Looks interesting, we're off on to tour to Vung Tau, a coastal town nearer than Ho Chi Min city. Still cloudy but risked a bit of time up on deck 13 while Maureen colours her hair, it's warm enough for some shirt off time :-) Lunch in a busy Orangery then the wildlife photographer guy is doing his next talk in the Curzon at 2pm ...
... they're surfing is quite a contrast. It was refreshing and fun to see.
After that, we headed to Stanley Market. We bought some hoodies for my brother and i, matching brands with blue for me and black for Harrison. I thought they looked great and the matching duo will surely go down well with all who see it. We then walked around and looked at lots of shops selling much more credible stuff then in China, ...
... counter but they wouldn’t have it once they checked our reservation. The manager whisked us up to the 59th floor executive lounge where they checked us in while bring us drinks and anything else we wanted. They let us know that they upgraded us to a corner suite on the 60th floor with views of both the mountains and the harbor. They escorted us to our room and we were blown away. The room was beautiful and had a main bedroom, ...