Rivan Hotel Rica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and tempura, a beautiful salad or fresh greens dressed in a sweet soya sauce, Soba Noodles, and a dessert of Green Tea cake with Red Bean filling, whipped cream and berries. I took a picture. It was as you might imagine just delicious, the piece was the prefect size as well. The meal of course was not exactly cheap but for 70$CAD not to bad either. They even gave me a side dish of nori. I have discovered that nori is a delicious snack, after Japan and the different ...
... hug me and such (a regular occurrence to the point of annoyance), picked up my bag (Oscar I left with a friend of mine the day before) and made my way across town to Changsha South Station.
Train travel in China is very similar to boarding a plane. When you arrive at a station on the day of departure, you go through a security check which includes a bag (and occasionally a body) check and passport control. Once this is done the next step is to go to ...
A day in Hong Kong with a 9hr layover between flights before our connection to Dalian. The express train into Hong Kong station from the airport makes it simple and for about $15 return for the 25min journey it works well. After getting there we transferred to the MTR and went in search of the Mongkok Computer Center. We looked around and realising that most stores wouldn't open for another hour, we purchased a couple of computer cables and took the chance to ...
... silk scarves for $20 - around £1.60 and this Aladdin's cave goes on for ages so we were happy as larry!
Another terrifying breakneck drive back and we sadly had to go on to the airport for our long two flight combo to Cairns, but all in all, its been a fab time in Hong Kong and have taken away a real flavour of the Far East so far.
Highlights have been the scary bus rides, especially climbing up to The Peak; the surprisingly ...
... beach (you guessed it!). This time when we had dinner, Becky had a nice surprise in bumping into a local from her volunteering days, who recognised her. They had a nice catch up, whilst we ate steak and ice cream. Yum.
The following day was time to return to Phnom Penh, to catch our flight the next morning. Before we left, we gorged on a full blown English roast, yorkies and everything, for $6 - one of the perks of having an English hotel manager. Lovely jubbly! ...