The Interlaken OCT Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Sophie woke up at 3.00am and was ready for a swim. These long flights and time difference play havoc with your body clock.
Eventually we got back to sleep but by 6.30am we had had enough. We had a great swim for about 2 hours and then had to organise ourselves for checking out.
Took the train into Kowloon and walked around the shopping centre. Wasn't sure what to do but this area looked expensive and it was with all the well known labels.
... decent. To wrap up the evening, we took a stroll down the Avenue of Stars, a waterfront walkway with amazing views of the Hong Kong skyline across the waters of Victoria Harbor.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
When our stay in Japan finally ended it was time to head back to China. First we had to take a train to Tokyo were we stayed for the night. The next day we rushed to our gate and took off in the plane. It was a long ...
... we went to Yoshinoya which is actually Japanese, we had so much trouble finding it we even went there for dinner that night too with everyone else just to make things easier! We headed to Victoria peak again before dinner just the two of us to try and catch the view in the day and night, we arrived up there a little too late as the tram was much busier than anticipated but once up there the view was even better at night and we walked along the same path to get the quiet ...
... and caught the express train to the airport which made it very easy.
There are very few sirens here, unlike New York, and people don't toot on the horn like Cairo. We never once have felt unsafe when out walking.
Oooh - on our way up the street on the Big Bus tonight we were told of old women who stand on the street and offer to put curses on people for roughly Hong Kong $40 - about $6NZ They are called Villain Hitters with discounts for ...
... we were the last to buy return tickets on the cable car, on Lantau Island - cost of 150 Hong Kong Dollars.
Now that is how I like to ride...totally enclosed when suspended in mid-air...what spectacular views, while suspended way-high above the water and moving slowly across the mountain tops. A pity we didn't pay that extra 80 Hong Kong Dollars ...