Warwick Hotel Cheung Chau
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... as well as drinks and snacks. We were in the air for over 15 hours and the total gate-to-gate time was about 16 hours. It is a strange feeling when you find yourself thinking "Hey, only 5 hours to go - we're almost there!"
This is my last regular post on this blog, although I plan to do a "Top Photos" post for anyone who wants to see all of my favorite shots in one place.
Thank you for reading and I hope to share more about my trip with you soon!
We enjoyed a sleep-in today - one benefit of doing your own planning instead of being in a tour group.
Before heading off for the day, we walked a couple of streets away to a local laundry, where a bag of washing would cost less than a single shirt done through the hotel!
We continued with our idea of seeing places which would be busy at the weekend. We caught the underground (MTR) for the first time this trip and confirmed that this triggered the ...
... and we quickly made it to the airport. However, we got stuck in a big line at the airport and ended up waiting a bit longer than we thought. No worries though, we made it and the taxi cost us 65$.
We got checked in and since I forgot to check us in online, where we could have picked our seats, we ended up with ****** seats on the 14 hour flight. We are sitting in the window and middle which isn't the best if you have to pee or get up for any reason.
... because after she left us we had no idea what she said or how to work the items in the room. The switches in the room were all un-labeled, but after much "switching" we discovered their purposed. One was for a hot water heater, one for a fan in the bathroom, one for the airconditioner, one for the bathroom light, one for the bedroom light, and one we never figured out. And again, these were all located together on one panel at the side of ...
... department store (which ends up being the largest Japanese Department Store in all of Hong Kong). It's 18 floors, and 400,000 square feet of every single product known to mankind, every brand, you name it. Pretty crazy, and people everywhere of course -- it is Sunday after all. It was fun, and we found a section that sells these very deluxe massaging chairs -- $4,000-$5,000 each. Boy, were those cool. ...