Hongkong MK Hotel
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The rooms are relatively small, but the hotel is located in a street crowded all night.
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... and he did ok given his lack of experience in that area. I was on hand to kick it along when he started to struggle.
I will always make fun of the way he travels but I can't take away from him that he kept his side of our deal and here's the photographic evidence of how much it cost him for me booking his entire trip and saving him over $6,000 on the price of his holiday. Maybe I should set up Jonathan's Travel Services where you ...
... by day . Arriving back at the peninsula, we walked around the top end of Nathan Rd foe a bit, sww the chungking mansions, but didn't dare go in! And then back to the star ferry and back to pier 7. We then headed to the ifc mall where after a bit of looking and asking around, we found the restaurant I was looking for - tim oh wan. A dim sum place, pretty cheap, but, it carries a Michelin star! The idea was to line up and be allocated ...
... made here somewhere but for some reason the city of Hong Kong is conspiring to keep this essential piece of kit hidden from me! The downside is that I can only upload low grade I Phone photos up this blog for the time being. The search continues however.
Saturday is a free day (as is Sunday). Being one of those pale while tourists at the pool sounds tempting, but also self centered - I feel it is my duty to get out and explore. Maybe the pool late ...
... things worse, my laptop broke down and I was forced to work in the computer room. The Apple store told me there was nothing they could do for me (surprise..!) and so I later decided to buy a new one there - it’s a lot cheaper than in the Netherlands.
Tuesday evening we were having one last LKF party before Suzanne, Alex and Anne-Caroline left for Vietnam. We started the night by eating wraps and drinking margaritas at Tequila Jack’s. Afterwards we ...
... great help and we were invited to board first with a family with young children and a couple of people in wheelchairs.
We were in identical seats as the first flight on the same model plane. I saw the end of the movie The Best Offer (with Geoffrey Rush) that had been interrupted as we approached Hong Kong, while Angela was able get some sleep. We had a second breakfast for the day, fortunately slightly different from the one on the previous flight.