Nan Hai Hotel
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... islands, some interconnected by bridges, others by ferry. Hong Kong is connected to the mainland by ferry, metro and a number of tunnels. Outer islands are only reached by ferry. We have arrived at one such Island and the mode of transport is by foot. We disembark from the ferry and stroll through a village with many seafood restaurants. When I see the way the food is kept before cooking I think it is wise to walk to the other side of the island ...
Wednesday 29th/Thursday 30th October Managed to get the train to get us to the airport at 9am as we had bad memories of Rome airport in 2010 trying to get through security, it was a nightmare. Absolutely no issues this time and sailed through and then had two and a half hours to wait till the plane left. I do like this going to the front of the queue travelling premium economy! Saw the plane being loaded and a group of five men doing ...
... Nauczyliśmy się z nimi dogadywać, tłumaczyć czego szukamy, negocjować cenę (no dobra, bo coś kupiliśmy, ale a tyle nieistotnego, że nie zaliczamy zakupów do udanych)… J. natomiast zobaczył na własne oczy „centrum dystrybucji" towarów zamówionych na aliexpress :)
Shopping nam się nie udał. Z Shenzhen wyjechaliśmy rozczarowani :(
... free time in Hong Kong. We went to the
International Financial Center and had breakfast on the rooftop. Afterwards we
went shopping a little in the mall adjoining the IFC and were met with
incredibly luxurious goods and exorbitant prices. Needless to say I didn’t buy
anything. Later that night we met up with Charlotte, one of my friends in this
program, and her dad, who lives in Hong Kong. He took us out to a French
restaurant which ...
... train ride from the airport was smooth and easy, and it brought us to some kind of intermediary waypoint where we could catch a free shuttle bus to our preferred area of town. The idea is that tourists can get where they need to be, or at least close enough, without paying a fortune in taxi fares. It worked for us, and we walked the rest of the way to our hotel. We had looked on "Google street view" to have a sense of ...