The Interlaken OCT Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Another tick off the '100 Places to Visit Before you Die' List- the Po Lin Monastery and Tain Tan 'Big Buddha'. Not a tear gas can insight but beautiful aqua waters, clear skies and huge spiders... Our first night at 'Urban Pack' was better than others we've had but the tutting and shuffling of the American girl did get a little tiresome after the first five minutes. We had a slow start, poor Daddy Edgell was feeling the food so we left him on his island and went off for the day. Out ...
... them taking in the surroundings in a more up-close and personal way, navigating dirt paths and being surrounded by nature. A tempting prospect, but nevertheless I was thrilled with my bird's eye view of the island and beyond.
Soon the gorgeous mountainous view turned to flashy new buildings that signaled that we were approaching the city again. The Citygate Outlets Mall is beside the Tung Chung MTR station and my "rest stop" after ...
... of lightning into the city and surrounding area, and washed out the closing festivities for the Rugby Sevens. (The rains did not, however, dampen the New Zealand team’s “shirts-off haka.”)
Dramatic pictures were quickly posted to Twitter of water pouring into the seven-story Festival Walk shopping mall in Kowloon Tong,
and streaming through the light fixtures, flooding the floors below.
While lightning flashed ...
... skyline, or more accurately today peering through the haze eating ice cream flavoured with what else but tea. Oolong something or the other and ginseng and the thingamebob else. Tidy. All of life can be seen at the shores of Victoria harbour and today seemed to be a popular day for weddings, everywhere you looked happy families all having a good time.
Time to eat what else but noodles oodles of noodles very good too. Lots of the restaurants in Hong Kong seem to ...
... discussion was centred around where to from here. We agreed there was a huge amount of potential in the Australian clean-tech sector, and they were keen to be involved. The next face to face meeting was scheduled in Australia.
No sooner did they leave than Lei from the University picked me up again, for a busy afternoon. First stop was lunch, this time also with the Dean of the University and the head of the Urban Planning faculty. It was my first ...