New Times Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to get the front seat stairs on the bus back, great outlook. I think the restaurant we ate at tonight does not have many European people eat there as we were quite a source of entertainment for them. Three or four wait staff came to see what we had ordered and to check on progress. One girl stood and watched for a little while. Helicopter waiters! We were the only white people there apart from two albino Chinese. Food was good though. Monday 3rd November Packed up and left ...
... so decided it may be a good idea to head back to Kowloon and check out the famous night market at Temple Street. We go off the MRT at a station called Jordan and started walking in the direction of the stalls and the hustle and bustle. The first stall we came across had a hundred different suits for babies and very small children. After the very recent news that Michelle and Phil will be having a baby boy it was very difficult not to buy a smart wardrobe for ...
... anyways? What does it matter when an oil company is 50% of the country's economy and you can hardly file complaints against it? Would any of the aforementioned be remotely possible in the U.S.? God, no. Good luck passing a law that officially recognizes Caucasians (call us white people, please) as superior.
"But John, whites certainly have advantages over other races!" Really? In 22 years, I had no idea, silly me. But really, the U.S. has similar ...
... Inside flash photography is not allowed so no photos but the air was thick with burning incense. There were statues representing Man and Mo at the main alter and 2 sedan chairs used for
carrying statues of the temple's Gods around the streets during parades. 30% of the Hong Kong population are Taoist and 30% Buddhist the rest are a mixture including predominantly Catholic Christians. At this point we crossed paths with the Scenic Highlights tour and so may be back ...
... quite small about 5ft wide but there was a bewildering array of items on each one. Primarily selling Jade, there were also stalls selling pearls, tourmaline and even teapots. Due to the lack of other potential purchasers our presence caused something of a stir, although one poor lady was fast asleep with her head resting in her bracelets. We were dressed in our best not standing out in a crowd gear, which must have worked, because even the ...