Park Guest House
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... Hong Kong connected to the mainland. We got passes for one of those hop on and hop off busses we like and enjoyed seeing the sights and hearing the history. And there are people, people EVERYWHERE! It is so very busy and bustling. We did get off the bus at the Sky 100 and rode the lift to the observation deck where you can see incredible views of Hong Kong below. Sky 100 is the 7th tallest building in Asia. It was built on reclaimed land. I just don't get it. I don't ...
... br> It’s a great place to chill out after an 8 hour flight, with soft lights and sweet music, with unlimited food and drinks. Normally I wouldn’t like to be in a space with no windows, but it was so relaxing there I didn’t mind. After a really enjoyable few hours, it was time to go to the gate lounge ready for boarding. John had a text to say that Mark Bailye was here in the Qantas Lounge, and he was coming to see us. He’d been in China on ...
... ourselves to Katsu chicken, Sake and Asahi beer. Lovely.
Luckily while we were having dinner there was a brief thunder storm and we managed to miss the rain but it certainly didn't clear the air and when we came back outside it was as hot as ever.
Another long day out - we were glad to head back to the hotel and have a drink at the bar
Onward to Vietnam tomorrow ..... V ...
... was the fact that our tour would soon be coming to an end - although I was sad that my mum would be leaving me soon, and although the rest of our tour group were generally a good bunch of fairly pleasant people, after 3 weeks of hanging out with the same group of strangers every day I was fairly ready to see the back of most of them. (And I think some other people on the tour would probably have stronger feelings of happiness at the prospect ...
... did he put this humongous piece of luggage that would incur a death penalty on easy jet? Right where my legs where supposed to live of course, where else?
We boarded the train at around eleven thirty pm and I was looking to have a simple night with no stress and perhaps even a bit of sleep but as soon as I arrive at my seat there is quite literally no leg room. I pointed at the luggage and gestured that it be moved immediately before ...