The Pavilion Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... was familiar to us. We managed to exit the building and just caught a cab (which didn't take credit card), so he had to find an ATM for us! Not easy as we had tried on our own to find one with no luck! When it is so hot and humid you loose your enthusiasm and when you are unfamiliar with everything it is like climbing a mountain (a big hot wet one!). We reached the sanctuary of the hotel in time for a late but fantastic seafood buffet (absolutely packed out, but they found us ...
... You can just assume people understand you, and 80% of the time it works.
After lunch, I went and found Stuart my friend from Korea at his swanky hotel. We decided I would stay there one night to relax but it wasn't to be. Ranald emailed me and told me he and Nick had a terrible time getting back home. All the trains from Shenzhen were sold out, so I decided I should go back immediately, instead of tomorrow. So, Stuart and I went to try and find the travel ...
After brilliant day yesterday it was early get up this morning. As my beautiful mother had bought me breakfast at Enchanted Garden for Christmas, we made our way over to have breakfast. Enchanted garden in located at the Disney Hotel and is the only breakfast where the Disney characters interact with you. The breakfast was a buffet and there was heaps on offer. We ate in between photos with the 4 Disney characters. It was a fantastic start ...
... m just being cynical and actually it was great but after 5 minutes, quite frankly I was bored. But the businesses on the other side had a captive audience who they could appeal to through the lights show in their advertising and this has to be capitalism at its absolute best! I have added a clip of the lights show so you can see what you think too. I would be intrigued to find out your ...
... even the opportunities to work hard and prove myself are also products of being born into hard-working parents and a free country (yes, it's free, even if it wants to limit your assault rifles--OMG!).
I'm still getting used to this style of life. The worst thing is that I hear people complain about it, and I probably will too, at some point. Yet this is glorious compared to the money and school treatment I received last year--that year seems as much a ...