Starway Guangshen Hotel
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... down to Hong Kong. It was definitely much faster than the 40 minute bus ride it took us to get there. Sunday night we met with the others in the tour group. There are only 4 of us plus Jay, the same tour guide as I had on the last tour. There is a banker from Switzerland, an economics teacher from Switzerland and a photographer that grew up in London, England but now lives in ...
... so don't message me saying how your experience in Germany celebrating a "different culture" while drinking at Octoberfest has left you enlightened. Without further adieu:
The U.S. education system is much better than you think.
I can see how many of you just scoffed at or thought how dumb that comment was. Everyone sees the headlines constantly: "Asian schools top education rankings", "Shanghai students among world's best". Yes, they are. Shanghai's ...
... waiting to go in...there must be alot of rich people who come on holiday to shop there.
For lunch we had picked somewhere out of the guide book and eventually tracked it down but were a little surprised. We were expecting a hawker style market like in Singapore but when we walked it it was a case of spot the tourist!!! Every one looked at us and there wasn't an English sign anywhere and after some of the food we had seen we wernt that brave to try a ...
... the ferry over. The views are beautiful, the pace is slow and relaxed, and in just over an hour we are back on Lantau Island. In case you can't remember Lantau is the home of the amazing cable car ride to the worlds largest bronze outside seated Buddha. It has to have the full title as there are larger Buddhas, but not bronze, and seated and outside.
We land at silver mine port and the small village of Mui Wo. So before we hop on the No 1 bus we decide to have a little ...
... pictures of the rock outcrop or wherever in situ in modern Hong Kong. If one knew the place well, it would be fabulousto be able to see exactly how the individual rocks had formed . There was also a section on biodiversity, again with specific reference to exactly what species you might find here today, and then a large and very well put together section of prehistoric Hong Kong, followed by the five "native" tribes who were here before the Han came in, ...