Warwick Hotel Cheung Chau
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It was getting to be past nine o'clock and we didn't think anyone would be there, but Mary and Paul said they would stop by the building on their way home. This is Wednesday night and there was a Bible Study that was just ending at 9 pm. Paul and Mary texted me with the following information and took some of the ...
... Hong Kong, that feeling was lost. Imagine shopping in Oxford Circus and you understand how I felt. Due to the lack of Christmas items seen so far in mainland China, I made sure I purchased a Christmas jumper ready for Christmas in the event that I fail to buy one here (I'm editing this blog on Christmas Eve and looking back, if I hadn't bought a jumper then I would not have one now).
After this, we decided that it was high time that we did a bit of sightseeing. ...
... and shoot the aliens with a laser beam while travelling on a roller coaster and you get a score - I got 11 600 and I got level 3 my mum got 53 000 and got level 3 my sister got 3 000 and got level 2 my brother got 5 000 and got level 2 my dad got 200 000 and got level 4 After Disneyland, before we went to a restaurant called Linguini Fini for dinner in Soho we treated ourselves to a typical HK experience of a foot massage. When we got into the room there were 6 lovely ...
... we met with our friends Dani and Daniel and took a wander round the crazy markets!
Later, we made our way to the airport to get our flight. I managed to get an upgrade because of my air miles, so we made our way onto the business class seats1 woop woop! There I got very excited flying in business class and spent most of the night enjoying the bar. The air hostesses were great fun, and took loads of polaroids of us in the bar too :)
... curry to go with. Watching The Wire has proved to be ridiculously addictive! Becky and Rod managed to lure us off the 27th floor with talks of experiencing the Chinese Hot Pot, something that we had seen from afar. As we waited outside Causeway Bay Station for them, another young Chinese girl approached us with a sentence starting similarly to "I hope you don't think I'm stalking you on Facebook but.." and as I gripped the hand of Pete, with ...