Zhongbao International Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as advised by the hotel staff. We walk along designated paths but appeared to become lost when we strayed into residential housing. A locals handwritten sign soon had us on the trial and after passing through forested areas we found our way to the beach. Small on Australian standards but a beach nevertheless!! The waves and swimmers only paddling on the waters edge. We stopped for lunch at a delightful cafe directly behind the beach. Our ...
... I felt really bad for barely being able to make it.
Once we were heading down the second mountain, I got talking to one of the Chinese students named Amber. She was asking me about my life at home and my life on the ship. She also said that she may want to spend a month in the US and asked me where I would recommend going. Of course I said New Jersey because we have the Jersey shore along with NYC so close. I also recommended Florida too ...
... t much better. Took a selfie but we look like a couple drongos so will add some photos when we get to the States. Sounding like a yank already. Cheers all and high to Cody as we miss him already. Big high to Jillian and to let you know I've started and hopefully can keep going with the blog and don't miss too many days The Traveling ...
It is like China town here. We wandered around the streets in the rain. Found a laundry to take our washing to in the morning and a restaurant to have some dinner. Also found a supermarket where we bought some porridge, coffee, and milk for our breakfast. Also bought some bananas from a fruit stall.
Even though it was raining I was already falling in love with Hong Kong.
Our second day in Hong Kong and again we were up just in time for our breakfast and headed out on foot again, today we headed down to the harbour and caught a ferry to Kowloon on the other side of the harbour. The ferry was a nice quick journey but a pit pricey at 40p return, it was nice to get a good view of the city from out on the river and it was a lot larger than I imagined. We were soon in Kowloon and it seemed a lot ...