Meiyi Yulin Hotel
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... with a good smattering of Mandarin in there too. Not so much spoken English, but at least I can read! Chinese traditional characters are only about 60% intelligible to me (of the ones that I might have known in they were simplified).
My battery's almost dead and I don't have a British-English converter at the moment, so I better head off to breakfast. There's free breakfast in the hostel which is great - time to see exactly what that consists of!
... the harbor to Conduit Road in the Mid-levels. It is 800 meters long. We personally found out that the escalator was a pretty convenient way to see the bustling city hillside which contains various restaurants and shops. We had read that travelling the entire length takes about 20 minutes. The escalator runs one-way downhill from 6.00 until 10.00 and then uphill from 10.00 until midnight. Even though you may not believe it we really enjoyed the fact we didnīt have to walk all the ...
... wifi and Skype but the Mall was so busy and so many people trying to log on the connection was rubbish so it wouldn't work. Managed a few FB message with people but the connection wouldn't handle Skype :-( Dinner was at 6:15 tonight but they only announced it at 6, which caused a few people problems, it was early because of the drills which we didn't go to, I think after 9 weeks I could get ...
... to get to the top but stretches over the ocean and up mountains which gave us breathtaking views. At the top we had lunch at a little cafe where I had a pasta that had duck in it which was kind of different and sort of made me nauseous when I saw the ducks skin on it but Jord liked his which was good. The walk up to the Big Buddha was kind of tough as you had to walk up ...
... aimlessly, by chance we stumbled across the hotel. An argument ensued as the driver wanted more money to feed his family, we politely told him to do one. We thought we were going to get well and truly screwed, but all worked out well in the end at least for us. Back to Hong Kong, we both really enjoyed the city which was rammed. When we arrived we were told they were building up to the mid autumn festival - a celebration to welcome winter which is held ...