Meiyi Yulin Hotel
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... you can truly appreciate not just the enormity of these buildings, but also the amount.
The sight is indescribable, and unfortunately, due to the quality of my camera, unreplaceable. All the lights, all the colors, absolutely stunning as you gaze off Vitoria Peak.
After the Victoria Peak, we met up with some fellow travelers who too were looking for a night of mischief. Our peers, Frenchmen no less, led us to a part of town I’ve never seen ...
... I said when I was a kid one day I will have a car like that but most of all a RED FERARI still dreaming, now days probably couldn't get out of one anyway, Carol said she didn't want her bum dragging along the ground Well it's been a load of fun as well as a learning curb for us there is definitely a lot to see and do In the big wide world we all live in but there is no place like home Hope you got a few laughs out of the blog and thanks for reading bye for now and see you all real ...
... the Symphony of Lights display. To finish off the night we visited the Ladies nights markets then had some traditional mango pudding to finish off the night.
After a much needed good night sleep it was off to another part of Hong Kong to visit the famous Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery via the Ngong Ping 360. The Ngong Ping Cable Car is a visually spectacular 5.7km cable car journey, travelling between Tung Chung Town Centre and Ngong Ping on Lantau ...
... inside a large building that is filled with restaurants and shops, and on the different levels is a place to walk outside and see the expansive views of the harbor and skyscrapers. The lines were long to take the tram back down, so we opted for a taxi instead. The hairpin turns and taxi-driver mentality made for a hair-raising trip down from mid-levels to our next stop, the Man Mo temple. This is the oldest ...
... ride away. They're all incredibly cool people, and I must say I am enjoying having the company of coworkers. Last year it was essentially me and Alexi to fend for ourselves, with virtually no information given to us. This school and company seems to have its stuff together and I'm grateful for that--the previous teachers have worked incredibly hard to bring everything together and up to speed to make it easier for Jack and I, so I thank them. As for my classes, I'll be ...