Regal Kowloon Hotel
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We finished with our last buffet breakfast and are glad to say goodbye to lazy susan shared meals. We drove to Victoria peak . Our guide said this is the most beautiful day they have had this year due to rain clearing the air and a full sunny day. Views of all beaches, harbors, China Sea and Aberdeen fishing village, sanpan ride, fishermen, yachts …
To Hong Kong- We left the hotel at 5:30 after a quick breakfast and rode the bus to the airport. We had an hour flight to Canton, not Canton, Texas…..for sure. Then for the hour and a half bus ride from the airport to the port. We went through customs or “customers,” as our tour guide calls it. We bought snacks to spend our last …
Slept "reasonably" well. Arrived Hong Kong 7am. Caught train to Kowloon. $70hk each (about $12nz). Then free hotel shuttle to Regal Kowloon Hotel. The transport system is really well organized. At the train station you waited in a particular place according to which route your hotel was on. The shuttle follows a particular route, regardless of the …
Took the boat from Macau to Kowloon.
Hotel was OK, we were a bit spoilt at the Wynn.
Met up with Cameron at Central and went for more than a few drinks with him after work, good to catch up, he is doing really well and is loving HK.
Back to Kowloon on the MTR (we don't remember the trip but have photographic proof) popped into Robin's …
Hong Kong is supposed to be the Mecca to shopping. I think that's one of the main reasons Wako and Matsuda-san wanted to come here this year. As brand-obsessed Japanese, they had their eyes set on bringing home a few bargains. But when I walked up Nathan Road, the main thoroughfare on Kowloon, the shopping scene wasn’t exactly as I expected …
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