Wuzhou Guest House
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... A local told us that Victoria harbour is rapidly diminishing as they reclaim more and more land. Construction sites are everywhere. We have been seeing as much as we can between tropical downpours. Our hotel is central, modern with good service and clean but......it definitely reflects the value of space here. It is minuscule. I have stayed in very small rooms before but compared to this one they were palatial. We actually have to step ...
... the hostel.
Of course there came a price with storing our stuff. $20 per hour. We planned to store it for 9 hours. Which would be $180. 14 GBP. We kicked up a little bit of a fuss. We had paid $2000 which is around 170 GBP for 5 nights. That's around double what we have paid everywhere else. After an exchange of how we felt it was overpriced and wrong as well we managed to come to a deal that $100, 7 GBP, for unlimited time would be acceptable.
... equipment in the factory. I did however get an insight in what to look for when assessing acrylic materials:
Weather-ability (making sure the colors never fade)
Flexibility (is it able to move without breaking)
Flammability (does it catch on fire quickly)
Bubbling (air bubbles underneath the acrylic sheets)
There will be more on this in my report.
Here I am, in Hong Kong. What a day it has been. Overnight trains, metro stations, cabs, the list goes on. But I'm glad to say this was the last overnight train I will be taking in China. Bags in the room, and before I go anywhere or do anything, I need to get on Facebook, and Twitter! This has been the longest time I've been without it. Already feeling slightly isolated not being at home and to top it off, mainland China have ...
... of about £2.70 for 2 bottles of TsinTao as it was happy hour. We were pretty tired after this so headed home in preparation for our first full day! Day 2 We decided to go up to the Sky Terrace on Victoria peak after a lad in our dorm recommended it. He had popped over to Hong Kong to sort out his working visa for China. Victoria Peak is a terrace on top of one of the many hills that's surrounds Hong Kong City allows you to look down on the majority of the ...