- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... a traditional metro; no seats just lots of poles to hold on to.
There's some decent views on the train itself - my first impressions of Hong Kong were "mountains! that's unexpected" even though I've seen the pictures with the big green hills. They just seem to appear out of nowhere and then disappear just as suddenly into the fog. There was a good bit of fog/smog when I came in, which I was not really expecting either, but the air ...
... and then finished up with some length drills. After a long hot shower, we did the tourist thing and took the Peak Tram up to the top of Victoria peak where you can see the entire skyline of Hong Kong. Very impressive up on the 360 Sky Terrace. Part of the experience included a video recorder and headphones where you could click on the number of a building and hear about its architectural history. One thing we will definitely do is go ...
... You can't skew no tallypoints here lol xxx Pick up Sandyleahmum, do swapping of silly gifts, (have now included the pics of us getting the silly Walker gift from back in Borneo.....others will follow as they get distributed) go to Tony's cafe, eat fry up number 347 in 100 days, and go do passing out. I'm going to count this point as day 100/101 being over for me, even if it is 36 hours after I woke up And that is all she wrote xxxx Hope you crazy lovelies ...
... stop looking at their phones. (What do you call someone from hongkong? Honkers?....probably just chinese nowadays). Also the queueing system seems to revolve around gently shoving people out of your way. Arrrrggghcunts....i'm too high up for this. Anyway what the little information doofer did tell us was that the really big building, shaped like a beard trimmer was the "IFC 2". It's quite big at 88 floors, but is missing 14 and 24. Thats the same as our hotel, which is ...
... a meeting in the Quarry district of east Hong Kong Island. It was very "local" meaning hardly any tourist spots like hotels and major shopping malls (which is most ...