Warwick Hotel Cheung Chau
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... each agency.
Panic followed. It's Friday, we won't be able to get a visa until Monday. Cheap flights don't leave until Wednesday. Frantic with the thought of fronting more cash from our clearly empty pockets, we had to act quick and just deal with the situation we found ourselves in.
We made our way to the agency downtown close to the government buildings. And took the elevator up to the 40th floor.
4 words: modern, busy, fun, tasty
So this was my forth time in HK. My friend from Zurich visited me in Singapore and then went on to Hong Kong. Because I like the city and I have a university friend living there, I decided to go along for a long week-end.
This trip had 5 goals: Party, have a tailor made suit, buy a fake luxury watch for my sister, spend time with my friend and party.
It turned ...
... pancakes. It was out of this world.
At 8 pm we went to the harbor to watch a fifteen minute light show. The tall buildings on the opposite shore are the main attraction as their lights dance in time to the music playing in the background. By 9 pm, we were back in our room.
No wake up call for tomorrow as it is a free day to do as we like. It is also the last day of our trip to China. So sad!
... going somewhere. Anyway, we walked around the village from where we caught the boat & then caught a bus back up to Ngong Ping village. We caught the cable car back & it rained a little as we travelled. That evening we walked along Nathan Road to the waterfront, where we watched the lightshow that started at 8pm. Buildings had coloured lights on them & there were floodlights & lasers flashing into the sky. We walked along the waterfront & past ...
... seated buddha in the world)!. Had a great stroll around the village and walked the 240 steps up to the base of the Buddha with magic views then made our way to the Po Lin Monastery where we had a vegetarian lunch. On decending the mountain to Tung Chung we walked into the City Gates Outlets plaza which was absolutely full of every conceivable world renowned factory outlet store you could imagine - a shoppers heaven, if only we had space in our small bags!!