New Times Hotel
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... will change the world. You know, for the better, I guess. Either
way this little baby monster, that is yet to be born, is the hope of the world. This story, you know the legend part, means nothing to the movie whatsoever. They never really refer to it again. We are instead introduced to a nerdy guy who lives with his grandma and sews and cooks. He is also the mayor of a village where they bully him. Yes… it’s weird. We find out that these villagers are monsters ...
... ferry looking out over Hong Kong island and it was a little break from everything judg stsnding there and realise what a privilege this adventure was. There was a lot of walking and we discovered the museum of space!! That's right ladies and gentlemen this vacation just got educational! Besides that fact that honkers kids don't know how to form a line or have any manners and push anyone ...
... to find the water cannons so has some fun shooting others!! We then went to see some animals- the park was similar to Chessington in that respect but a lot better. There was a massive array if wildlife including Pygmy marmosets, sawfish and arapaimas all of which we've never seen off of a TV screen!! We went on the other decent looking roller coaster and were surprised when the floor folded away- we thought; if it's a load of rubbish, at least the floor ...
... 350 AUS per week, apparently you have to be wealthy to buy a house, the average family rents a small unit in a high rise. There are no casinos in HK, the closest is in Macau, Hong Kong folk love to gamble. The majority of the locals speak English, the young children still learn Cantonese even if their parents speak English. Taxis are red in Kowloon, Toyota crown comfort, the boots are too small for 2 suitcases, a very common site to have a ...
... stop was to the Hong Kong Jewellery Factory. Surprisingly Hong Kong is no longer a strong manufacturing economy being reliant on financial services and tourism a bit like the UK. China has apparently gobbled up the manufacturing. The Hong Kong Jewellery Factory is one of the few remaining manufacturing industries in Hong Kong and we thought we were going to see how the jewellery is manufactured. In fact we were ushered into a show room where there were ...