The Pavilion Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... its 10pm, a little drizzly, and having to carry our bags up these stairs was not a good way to finish the night. Guess that is our workout for the day.
The apartment is 2 bedrooms and by Hong Kong standards, quite large. One bedroom is so small that the bed only fits one way and both ends touch the wall. Shaunas bedroom is not much bigger. The kitchen is tiny. We make do as it is one of the better places i could have booked.
The area is nice and quiet which is a bonus ...
Feels like we've walked miles today! Went to the HK museum of science, quite interesting in some parts and fun. Then got some food from a. Pie and Tart shop, yet everything tastes like Chinese even in a pastry!! Then went to the HK museum of history, which good to see the culture of HK. Then made it back to the hotel, as ...
... So we decided to actually do the High Junk Peak trail, which runs from off a road on the way to the beach, over the ridges and down to a little village, passing Clearwater Bay.
The trail itself was pretty nice; the majority was shaded by trees and gentle. Our big mistake was taking a lot less water than we needed, so when the actual peak kicked in right before the end of the trail, we were both feeling pretty miserable. It's ...
... and most of the karst hills/mountains and some small lakes.
I thought that they were unique and spectacular to look at.
The flight to Guilin was delayed for 3 hours due to a technical problem.
So we decided to spend our time buying food to eat and just wonder around Shenzhen airport.
We also had some random games outside i.e,. fast numbers ,psychologist..
... stop looking at their phones. (What do you call someone from hongkong? Honkers?....probably just chinese nowadays). Also the queueing system seems to revolve around gently shoving people out of your way. Arrrrggghcunts....i'm too high up for this. Anyway what the little information doofer did tell us was that the really big building, shaped like a beard trimmer was the "IFC 2". It's quite big at 88 floors, but is missing 14 and 24. Thats the same as our hotel, which is ...