South China Laguna Hotel
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... started at 8 sharp, turns out we had a partially obstructed view. With all of the buildings around, the echo was even more spectacular than the fireworks. We watched for about 15 minutes then tried to find a better location. The streets were blocked off in many places, we found a slightly better viewing spot.
We walked backed to our hotel, thankful it was so close.
... of education and how this gives us more power to make choices. I sound like my parents.
During our stay here we ticked lots of tourist boxes - the Star Ferry across the harbour, the Victoria Peak tram to the views of Hong Kong was amazing. The Tsim Sha Sui walkway and avenue of the stars in the evening along the harbour opposite Hong Kong Island to watch the night light displays, the Hong Kong Museum of History, an evening at the Temple Rd markets, the Hong ...
We met up with Johnathan from McGill/MASSA today! I haven't seen him in two years! I was so excited to meet him for dinner since he ALWAYS knows where the BEST places to eat are =).
The day started relatively late since we got in early in the morning. Chung ki mansions is quite lively in the day time. Shops selling SIM cards, phones, bags, money changers, and Indian food shops fill the first two floors. I ...
On Monday after our company field visit we boarded a train
in Guangzhou and headed down to Hong Kong. In Hong Kong we stayed at Y-Loft
which is considered a hostel, however I thought it was decent enough. It was
truly unique. The architecture and layout in each room was different, and each
room was a different color. It was primitive yet clean so I enjoyed it. That
night after dinner we went up to Victoria’s Peak. For those of you who ...
... around the area and did some shopping and when evening came we joined the crowd down in the harbour to see the fireworks. 25 minutes of constant banging, flashing and swoooshing.
Next day we took the tram to Causeway Bay and did SoGo, one big department store. After a little shopping we started walking back to Soho in a lovely, sunny HK.
On the monday we had planned to visit ...