Shenzhen Furong Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... which makes it nice and easy. The domestic flight to Auckland was on time, quite bumpy en-route, but arrived a bit early. This was good as the transfer time of 1:30 worked out OK, but there was really no room for delay's. By the time we had transferred from domestic terminal to international and gone through security checks and had our picnic lunch we were boarding the Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong.
Interestingly there are many domestic flights ...
... festive cheer into my students and make them appreciate how important Christmas is. So, after my usual Sunday lesson planning brainstorm, I decided to have my students make Christmas cards out of card. I rang up my Waiban (helper with life and (conveniently) the head of English at my school) to pass on a message for my students to bring in stickers, decorations et cetera so that my students could make their cards as eye catching as possible. The results were ...
... see how many skyscrapers continue to rise on this reclaimed land.
Not everyone is wealthy here and there are many high-rise tenement buildings dotting the landscape. On the other hand, there is a large contingent of ...
... smoothly: one ticket cost HKD 2,50 and we didnīt have to wait more than 10 minutes for the next ferry to come. In addition the ferry was almost empty and we jumped off on the other side of the harbor 15 minutes later.
Our main goal was to catch glimpses of daily life in Hong Kong with a stroll through time in the Central & Western District. In the Western area, we intended to discover a completely different world where the hustle and bustle of this modern ...
After waking up (not in the cabin) from an amazing night, we had limited time to tidy up the mess and check out of the hotel, but we managed in the nick of time.
Feeling a bit more fragile than normal, we began our day, leaving the suitcases at the hotel. We caught a taxi into the shopping area called 'Causeway Bay' and had a wander round, got some food and I even managed a quick haircut in a trendy Chinese salon, I had no idea ...