Li Jing Gulf Hotel
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 3 Wills and I expected to have a lazy day after having such a full on day previously at disneyland but we were wrong we were tricked into we were all going out for brunch and it turned a day trip around Hong Kong but first was breakfast and we couldn't find anywhere because back in the 1980 the streets were lined with cafes, not so much anymore so we finally gave up and headed to macdonalds and I felt defeated when the big Mac reached my lips. Once 'breakfast' was done we walked ...
... It turned out to be really good!!! They had loads of different shows and feedings but there was only one I was interested in- yep you guessed it.... The dolphins show. We missed the beginning but it was the sea lion part. Paul said it was nothing on the shows in Florida; no hoops in sight. I absolutely loved it but it was the first time I'd seen them like that. Paul managed to win me another teddy, an orange elephant that I really wanted to keep but we have ...
... We didn't have coin but the guy at the turnstile took our bills, gave us change and let us through a gate. Since we were still dripping wet and extremely hot, we decided to spring for a cab, which was not bad in price. All the cabs are metered and the driver took us directly to the hotel.
Tonight was the farewell dinner, so after taking showers and getting cleaned up, we headed down to the bar in the hotel. Although there were three tables, ...
... The rain continued to pour down, a constant thunderstorm which seemed to do little to deter the native people or us! We engaged in a nifty umbrella dance on the sidewalks, politely raising umbrellas to squeeze past each other without breaking stride. This seemed a lot more civilised than mainland China! We finally sought a short reprieve from the rain in a cute French bakery with a chocolate croissant and a latte for morning tea. We ...
... and late afternoon turned to evening while we hunted for the restaurant. I started to think it didn't even exist as we walked backstreet after backstreet searching all over for this place. We have no clue how long we were searching, but all we know was that the sun was up when we started looking and it was pitch black when we gave up. Starving at this point we took the metro back to the hotel and found the location of a vegan buffet closer to ...