Yifeng Business Hotel
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Long days like we are having means that we are both sleeping like babies in every hotel that we have been in so far and the Ibis is no exception.
To avoid wasting days by laying in we have decided that our first morning in most cities we will do an activity to make sure we have to get up and out a reasonable time. This day was a visit to Disneyland Hong Kong!
Before we could head off we needed to pick up our washing as we were down to our last clean clothes and didn't want to ...
... at the Irish bar delaneys again as it was the best food we had found. We then went to see Kowloon park before sitting it out in Starbucks for an hour or so. We traveled back to the hotel and grabbed our bags before setting off to the airport. A very long wait at the airport before boarding our plane for the very long journey ...
... sleeper trains and bullet train 6. Brave the subway but be prepared to push 7. Visit a local food market and marvel at the array of foods available 8. Take a Bamboo Boat on the Li River 9. See the night show in Yangshou (spectacular) 10. Use a public squat toilet (if your brave) The Wains top things to do in Hong Kong 1. Ride the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car to Lantau Island 2. Master the subway system 3. Visit Victoria Peak 4. Watch the harbour light show at night. 5.Shop in ...
... I had a toddler standing next to me with a nurse and she was pointing at me and making nice "mommy" noises. No I'm not going to traumatize a 2 year old because the needle hurt my arm due to been slightly dehydrated. (or so I was told once they removed the needle. I supposed they can tell).
As soon as we left the hospital, Adam took me to the Bank of China to exchange my money. One hour and a half later, 2 forms filled out, photo copies of my passport, ...
... to the international transfer gate to pass through security. After managing to set the metal detectors off, a rather pretty young security guard excitedly called me over and pointed to the image of two feet painted on a rubber mat. With my feet firmly planted on the mat, arms out, and palms facing up, she ran her hand held metal detector over me. Satisfied that it was only my belt that had set off the walk through detector, that I wasn't some terrorist, and ...