New Taoyuan Hotel (Headquarter)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... headed back towards the airplane to catch our 4:30 PM flight going towards Macau. The flight was 4 hours and 35 minutes. Overall, our flight to Macau was 9 hours and we arrived in Macau on January 16th at 8:05 PM.
Once we arrived in Macau, China, we took a cab to the Sun Yat Sen Park. Through toponymy (the study of place-names), we were able to categorize the park's commemorative name to Sun Yat ...
... a seat which was a bad thing as I had to hold on for dear life as it is quite a steep gradient so taking photos one handed was not easy. The height is 552 metres and is the highest point on Hong Kong island and only took 8 minutes to get to the top. The views from the top were amazing and as it was a clear day you could see for miles. We were expecting just a cafe or a restaurant at the top but there are a few shopping centres which were a great way to escape the heat. ...
... just give you a printed receipt that lets NZ'ers have a 30 day stay.
It was pouring when I got out on the Macau side so I got on to a free bus and headed to the MGM casino. No need to pay for transport - the casinos all run buses to the border gate and port.
When I got to the casino, I realised that I had no currency - they use MOP and HK dollars, both at face value. The casinos were most unhelpful, telling me that I had to walk ...
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... headed south, the cultural diversity has also increased. It's the national holiday tomorrow and my understanding is that it pretty much goes for a week, so the crowds will start to get even bigger from now on. It will be interesting to see how our considerate students go with the shoving and pushing side of life that exists in a overcrowded China, we have been quite lucky so far with this (although due to the population, there have been a lot of people, personal space has yet to be ...