New Times Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but the class happily split among themselves. One fry each.
After the dancing and singing concert, there was sports day competition that lasted for two days. Sadly, not as impressive as the singing and dancing, I was just happy not having to teach for two days.
The students then took part in all sorts of athletic competitions ranging from: throwing the ball, jumping, high jumping, sack racing, and running. Of course there were some ...
... the thimble at Dave when he came back from the loo. He then waved the one he had found back at me! After not finding ANY at all in all the places we have been....we then found two independently of each other. Weird.
Lunch was held at a touristy floating restaurant called Jumbo floating restaurant. In my opinion, it was not as good as the vegetarian meal we had eaten the day before in the temple place. Dave ...
We had both had some problems with our cameras during the trip so decided to see if there were any bargains to be had in Hong Kong. I had already done some Internet research in China (having had to use Yahoo instead of Google) and knew which dSLR I was interested in (a Nikon D5300) and what it cost in Australia. We went to a shop next to where we'd got off the airport bus and they quoted a good price (about 30% less than ...
... pretty tired of rice after a month and a half in Asia, but there was no lack of that in Hong Kong! We also found this cookie store which we had never heard of before (but now we've found out it's really famous and widespread) called Mrs. Fields Cookies and they have the best cookies in the world! We went there at least 4 times and bought a pack of like 6 cookies each... Guess we're going to have to start exercising a little when we get home.
... on December 8th. Now perhaps that's an isolated case--but it's not. I sent a package to Malaysia in the beginning of March. When did it arrive? It hasn't yet, actually. Two months have passed and the package is missing, despite its location being written in Chinese and English (no, not my Chinese writing in case you're wondering). I recently went back to the post office and asked what could've happened. She said maybe it's on boat, despite that I paid for air, and said ...