New Hong Kong Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... sits atop the Peak Tram station, a feng shui monument to commercialism. Fortunately a small lookout to the north of this monument remains, where we stopped for morning tea and enjoyed the pastries secreted from the executive lounge of our hotel. Queuing for the return tram journey took much longer than our trip up the mountain. There were people employed to make sure the queue did not block the entrances to retail outlets. They acted as stop / go enforcers, ...
... 37 next week. This is equivalent to over 100 years in human terms.
We visited the aquarium, went to get a map and were entertained by a balloon artist, who somehow put a nail through a balloon, then got Ed to try with less good results. We tried the carousel, but for some reason (possibly because Ed was bad at getting on the Orca) I had to sit with him. The ride was pretty slow and certainly didn't warrant the seatbelt I had to wear.
Then got the big ...
... later Arielle and Andrew showed up and right behind them was Jeremy. They had played a trick on us. Gwynn was not amused. Of course the rooms weren't ready so we went out for some breakfast and waited for Greg to arrive from LA. He showed up a few hours later. So we're all in one city for a change. After a search for a SIM card, we met up with Andrew's extended family for, you guessed it- Dim Sum. Uncle # 10 is a member of a ...
... back to the hotel and crash into our large comfortable bed very content and happy with life.
Monday 18 August 2014
This morning we try the downstairs dining room for breakfast where they have multiple cooking stations that will prepare a wide variety of food. Julie goes Asian with a spicy noodle soup with prawns and wontons whereas I stick to the traditional fare of smoked salmon, eggs & bacon, followed by pancakes and maple syrup. Later in ...
... days later. The flight to Vancouver went quite well – I sat between these two guys…they made me laugh, as I think they could tell I was fairly nervous for some odd reason…well I know as to why I was but I was not letting on to them…and no it was not because of flying – Heck, I have flown so much around this world that this is nothing new…LOVE to fly.
The long flight to Hong Kong (14 hours from Vancouver went well and I had a ...