Qiushuishan Grand Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... gorgeous bay. Stanley used to be the wild frontier back in the early days of the colony, but now it has a little harbor, a really large indoor market for tourist items, and shopping center with interesting stores. We strolled around, had fish and chips for lunch, and took the bus back to town. At the end of tour banquet on the last night, we gave Jenny the T-shirt we customized for her, and she gave all of us calligraphy that her son had done. This was a wonderful ...
... seat every 2 seconds to ease the discomfort. Don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I battled for 16 hours with a very, very sore bottom. Also, because of my ****** middle seat, I had so much trouble sleeping, despite my all nighter the night before. Finally after taking gravol I fell asleep for no more than an hour and just my luck - it was when they brought out the first meal. I woke up with a grumbling tummy (*hangry*) and the next refreshment wasn't served for several hours. ...
... and since then it has become a major location for business and commerce. The population of 15 million is also twice the size of Changsha. The result of all this was modern apartment buildings, cleaner streets and more business men in Armani suits.
I met up with Jacob in the city center and together we went to a Mexican restaurant which seemed to serve more western food than Mexican. It still tasted good and was a good chance to share stories and ...
Day 1 flew into Hanoi from London Gatwick with Vietnam airlines! Comfortable quiet apart from the woman sat on front who kept hitting me with her chair! Arrived in Hanoi and onto dragon air flight to Hong Kong leaving the next day, the aircraft had what I thought was smoke pouring into the cabin but no one else batted an eyelid to I kept stum maybe it was the aircon? Got to Hong Kong safe met a crazy Serb guy who kept talking rubbish and then wandered round causeway ...
... without any help.
From the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator we headed to the Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Garden. Not that we could no longer live without plants and animals but it was just a shortcut on the way to the lowest station of the famous Peak Tram.
The Peak Tram has been in operation since 1888 taking people up an incline so steep that buildings appear like they are leaning at a 45-degree angle. This time we bought two different kinds of ...