The Interlaken OCT Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to one side. We decided that we should head back over to Hong Kong Island but this time, we would get the ferry across. Considering we would be getting a front row seat at what is one of the most famous skylines in the world, it was astonishingly cheap (effectively £2 using the Octopus).
We ate at a waterfront restaurant we I came across a very lovely beer called "Monty Python's Holy Grail". Despite the price it was too irresistible to ignore. It even ...
... him back. At that point, it actually felt like my poor husband was being abused by this little woman. He didn't lose his cool though and very politely told her to back off...lol.
The following morning, we made our way to the peak tram. The steep mode of transport is used to take people up the hill in Central Hong Kong Island. The tram rises to 396 meres above sea level and is so steep that the buildings you pass look like they are leaning at a gradient ...
... was going to be a waste of time. After two umbrellas were bought ($48 HK , $12NZ) we were off to Nathan Road. Wow what an adventure. Shops galore, both expensive and lower end. The jewellery stores are to die for and I saw many many things I would love to buy. However dreams are free and I settled for a $12 ring from one of the low end stores. If I get it home in one piece I will ...
... as Catwoman. I've shopped, gone out for brunches, lunches and dinners and in so doing enjoyed many a daaaaricious meal. So all in all, and although it’s still early days, I don’t doubt for a second that my decision to move was a good one. It is however not all peaches and roses. Earlier I said the hardest part of leaving is saying goodbye but the hardest part of actually being away is missing out on the special occasions that happen back home. A week ...
... I heard her introduce her MaMa and BaBa (dad) to the security guard as we went into the complex. We walked up about 6 flights of stairs into Mia's home. It was one room with several wooden chairs, a coffee table and TV. The kitchen was closed off from the rest of the house by decorative glass panels. The home had 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. Mia shared a room with bunk beds with a 16 year old girl. This girl was ...