Chunnuan Huakai Inn
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In the morning at 6.35 Annabel, Ben and I all went down for a nice refreshing swim and played fun games and got nice and wet. We were frozen afterwards, no literally we were frozen like an ice cube. Mum shouts out to us saying we will miss the bus so we jumped out of the pool and ran inside and had breakfast and went to catch the bus at 8am. We were on the bus for around 30 mins but we finally got to Central station and caught one train and then caught another train and guess what? ...
Hong Kong is actually huge and it is not just a city. There is a lot of mountains convert with forest and on the coast line one can find plenty of sand beaches.
So today I was on the metro and then bus for almost 2h to go to the Tian Tan Buddha. It is the biggest statue of a seating Buddha in the world (62m tall). The statue itself is impressive but you only get a feel of its size when you see it from afar. I am glad I decided to spend some time here and took ...
... one) was nice to wonder round too with a cool model
boat lake where locals sped their toy boats around. It was quite a
small area though and you couldn't escape the noise of the city
there. Later, we found a really tasty vegetarian Indian restaurant
and had an evening walk through the screaming bars and neon lights.
The next day we stayed near central and
passed slowly through the streets; finding one particular street full
of shark meat ...
... how close to all the major tourist attractions it was. Our room was interesting. It really lived up to the hotel name "Mini". The bed took up most of the floor and was overlooked by the toilet and shower, which could be seen through a glass wall. Still, we couldn't complain. The location was fantastic and we had a television that showed films, such as, Bruce Almighty and Spider-Man on loop. After shedding our rucksacks, we headed out for a bite to eat. We found a great little street ...
... is locked up in the safe that is also not working. Yep, the phones blew out too and I am trying not to mention to Jay that the restaurants do not open for another 1.5 hours. I am praying it is something simple like a blown circuit breaker.
Today we have a 4 hour tour around the town and I already told Jay we have to find aid rug store so I can get another hair ...