The Pavilion Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to order about every 10 metres, then gave up and stopped back to the hotel to cool down. Once re-energised we headed off to Hong Kong Island on the Star ferry. Crossing was very cheap at $2.50 HK which works out to less than 50 cents NZ. On the island we went up to the Peak Tram (cable car) to see the view from Mt Victoria. Although the clouds hadn't completely lifted the view was impressive and we enjoyed a short stroll on ...
... t speak english. Immigration woman decides to start shouting louder, as that often helps non-english soeakers translate bettet. Wee and a cashex Someone waiting for David something who works for aerotek. Probably planes rather than glowtoys Express train to hongkong central station is $100 each, but that's HK dollars which are about 13 to the £, it's only £7.70 each. Another quid each to mongkok, although we don't have small enough notes so I have ...
... stock up on tasty food such as Eggos! Those things are so delicious...although i can tell they were made a while ago since they have "sponsor of the US Olympics" on the side of the box. A bit ominous, but alls well that doesn't end in food poisoning.
And finally, the day's main event, a visit to Jenny's godchildren, Zach and Storm! I met them on the 2nd day i stayed here in Hong Kong, except this time they were getting ready for bedtime and around four times ...
After changing the route of our trip we decided to spend some time in Hong Kong before we head to Thailand. We went to see the HSBC building first with a glass curved floor! We then made our way to the Peak Tram which takes you up to the top of Hong Kong to see the city from above! It is meant to be the most expensive area to live in Hong Kong because of the amazing views. The views were incredible it was so hot and as soon as we got up there it started to fog over ...
... Culture, TOEFL (the test foreigners have to take to study abroad), and two extracurricular courses that are essentially up to me, and are three hours long. Wow. I've got only 14 students, whose English is fantastic, though varying greatly. Regardless, it will be interesting to engage with high school students and see what they think as opposed to my previous college ones. In typical Chinese fashion, I have yet to get my schedule despite starting in three days--therefore ...