Regal Oriental Hotel
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With time to spare at the airport, a chance to reflect on the whole trip. Having expected the neighbouring countries to all share some similarities, I've been surprised at the differences between them. The Thai food will always be a highlight and was a welcome sight on return to Bangkok - the Lao people and pace of life while floating down the Mekong was unforgettable - the craziness of Vietnam and the scooter generation was something ...
... Discovery Bay, which is an upmarket expat haven. It is a bit like being at home at the Coast or something. Cars aren't allowed so there is no traffic and there are lots of families living there as it looks like it is more family friendly with kids riding their bikes and scooters around and playing on the beach. We had a nice lunch by the water, then got on the bus for Tung Chung which has an outlet shopping centre. We ...
... and lovely comfortable seats. All this for £30 each for 3hours. The shower alone was worth it and it meant that when we left the Lounge we had a slow stroll to our departure gate and felt refreshed for the next 11 hour flight with Air New Zealand. We both managed to get 2 or 3 hours sleep after our evening meal and wines!! New Zealand here we ...
... foundations. We take the lovely Victoria harbour cruise on a warm day and spend a very relaxing hour or so gazing at the bay as the sun goes down. After it does, we decide to treat ourselves to a nice restaurant as the China leg of the trip is nearly over. 'You pick somewhere' I foolishly say to Karen. A research hour later I find myself at a table sitting opposite Karen on the top floor of the Four Seasons Hotel in a place called ...
Having taken the tram to Central Pier and the Star Ferry across to Kowloon we made our way to 1 Peking Road to try to find a restaurant recommended by Sheena that has a panoramic view over the Harbour. We did find a restaurant but it wasn't that particular one. We were very adventurous choosing a couple of strange dishes and using chop sticks! ...