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- Due to large number of students from TIS traveling to Japan during the experience week break, it would be a good idea to change for Japanese Yen currency before coming to the airport as ...
After breakfast we caught the metro and went to the Kowloon side of Hong Kong. We walked along the water at an area called the Avenue of Stars. This is where the local movie stars have their stars and handprints for people to see. Bruce Lee has a statue there. From there we walked past the famous Peninsula Hotel which was built in 1928. Then it was onto Kowloon Park which was a nice break from the sun. We enjoyed seeing birds in the park aviary. We then took ...
... and gifts.
By around 9pm we decided we should get some dinner. Angela had been approached by someone promoting an Indian restaurant and we decided to give it a try. We had a very tasty meal of two curry dishes with rice and naan bread for HK$200 (around $30).
On the way back to the hotel we returned to the supermarket in the K11 complex and replenished some food supplies, then back to the hotel for coffee and bed.
... same thing happened to me my 2nd year. I was able to get new passport pages and a one year tourist visa to China while in the U.S.--in 5 days. This includes the time it took to travel to Dalls from Pennsylvania and back. When I came to China, my company required me to switch to a work visa. This process took six months. Half a year to process a work visa. Between all of the absurd rules, briberies, and general incompetency, it took 180 freaking days to process a work ...
... br> We agreed to try something quite different - walk the Bowen Road trail.
This trail, runs from the Mid-levels to Happy Valley, is four km. long and is completely flat.To get to the trail, we first had to walk to Hong Kong Park, and then climb the stairs to Kennedy Road.
We then walked along Kennedy Road until we reached a petrol station, where we turned right and climbed once again ...