Newton Hotel Hong Kong
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... to eat at Pizza Express as you do!
You will be pleased to know we have now changed out of our shorts and tee shirts for something more suitable to arriving at Heathrow!
The plane is delayed until 1.25am so we all board and are still greeted by a glass of sparkling! We then have the announcement that a passenger is unwell and finally leaves the plane, the luggage has to be taken off so we finally took off about 2am.
... umbrellas. A short metro journey later and we were back in Central, where we said goodbye to Georgie before making our way to Lan Kwai Fong for some drinks – we joined everyone drinking on the street outside the bars, wandering around to wherever we liked the music best and staying there until we felt like moving on.
On Saturday we spemt the day with Justin, Sarah and the girls going to Mui Wo for lunch and wandering along the beach for the ...
... I asked her how we were supposed to get from where we are to where our gate is in time for the flight because this place is pretty big and she said that I should be fine. So I guess I will find out when the time comes. I might be one of those people running across the airport trying to get to my flight haha. I'm not really looking forward to getting on another airplane but that only means that I'm that much closer to arriving at my first destination, New ...
... many construction cranes either!
We jumped off the train and caught a free hotel shuttle bus to Kimberley Road in the middle of downtown. It was cool to see all the cars driving on the left again, but for Steffie that was something new to get used to. She located our hostel which turned out to be not really a hostel! It just looks like a normal downtown building and there wasn't even a sign on the door. But that is the cool thing about staying in hostels is that you always ...
... going about their daily routines. Elevated walkways keep pedestrians moving too..One novel example is The Central-Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system.It is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world. The entire system covers over 800 metres in distance and elevates over 135 metres from bottom to top.
The escalators daily run downhill from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and uphill from 10:30am to midnight. Apart from serving as a ...