Rambler Oasis Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out of the hotel towards the clock tower and avenue of stars. It was absolutely amazing to see the skyline of Hong Kong island from the edge of Kowloon (by the clock tower). I just walked around that area of Tsim Sha Tsui for a couple of hours! When i came back to the hotel I used the spa facilities which was super relaxing! :-) had a quick shower and change to go to the club lounge where I took full advantage of the alcohol and ...
... the full picture of - the city centre around the harbour is of course phenomenal, but Hong Kong's array of beaches, forests and hikes are often overlooked. As we did so much (and as I have already dedicated many thousands of words to describing how great Hong Kong is on previous blogs), I have given a general overview of our busy week below:
Day 1: Arrival and Lantau Island
The bulk of the group arrived throughout Sunday and we therefore decided not ...
... to the departure gate for our London flight. The time went very quickly and soon we boarded our British Airways flight to London on a new A380 aircraft. Interestingly, on our level there were only fourteen rows of economy seats (2 x 4 x 2 seating) with the rest of the plane being business and premium economy seats. The plane had two stories so uncertain of the seating configuration ...
... everyone's bums were killing. I tried to sit pretty much side saddle I was in that much pain! Probably one of the best days in China. The whole group went and it was really good fun. Any good day is followed by a good night out but that's then followed by an unwanted hangover. After the bikes, we finally got some of our clothes washed (for a premium price) and put on the remaining clothes we had clean and headed out with the group. We went to mojo rooftop bar which did have ...
... on a rocky precipice (the kind of rocky precipice that hundreds of unsuspecting tourists fall off every year and plummet to their doom) waiting for my beloved sister to take my picture and she says go back a little further so I can get that bird in the background (we are terrified of birds! Why do I need a bird in my picture? ). Anyways, she takes the picture and as I am walking to safety, I hear a lady say to her husband, "Don't ...