Li Jing Gulf Hotel
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to make that dollar Right! Now!
China's economy is one the largest in the world (there are some disgustingly wealthy people out here - while I was getting a foot massage, someone on the tv said they spent $60 000 USD on a purebred DOG) but their per capita income is still far lower than other countries which makes it still a developing country (that was a hard sentence to write at 420am); which is not hard to believe when you're ...
So this is where you get swept off to.
I left my house Sunday afternoon, and now as my family and friends are safely snuggled in their beds just waking up to a Wednesday morning, here I am sitting outside my bungalow in Hong Kong after a long and exhausting Wednesday adventure.
Last night, I flew into the Hong Kong Airport around 5:30 pm local time. 36 hours since I left Lancaster, I sat down ...
The hostel was very impressive sand served easily as a place of rest and somewhere to plan each day of the city tour. Located in chai wan, it was out of the city as Far East on the island line. The building fits in with surrounding masses of the high towers that make up the small island. Hong Kong Island is the central island of with Hong Kong City is made up upon. Other districts north of the island being Kowloon, and northern ...
... Wright and dogs who looked after Henry so well during Christmas and New Year and also to Vivienne and Mike next door who are helping Hannah with Henry until we get back.
And of course, the Heaneys who looked after Ladywell for us- thank you too.
Sounds like an Oscar speech doesn't it??!! In the hotel room now, final packing and aiming to get the 12.15 courtesy bus to Hong Kong Station, then the train to the airport. Will probably update this later or just do ...
... the grotty stairs! Took a deep breath and head down 7 floors very quickly wondering whether I would be mugged on the way. I made it, of course, just me being silly, and once outside HK was bustling and I felt happy again. A 5 min walk took me to the harbour front and I perched myself in a good spot to enjoy the light show. It was great, set to classical music, the buildings took part in the symphony lighting up simultaneously and lasers shooting from ...