- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... half down to Lake Ontario and jumping off the pier, and getting in my convertible with my golf clubs in the trunk for a relaxing stroll around 18 holes. Hong Kong is a fantastic city but it is total sensory overload. I will not miss the constant beeping of all of the traffic lights, the auditory signals for the blind. As Will Carlin (Brooklyn) said, "Have you seen a single blind person in HK....Can you imagine being a blind person in HK... You'd get ...
... s friends joined us for dinner - Paul and Dana. They live in HK with their 3 girls all under 7 years old. Paul is a pilot for Cathay and was in the airforce with Cam when he was 18 (so in fairness to Cam, not that long ago!!)
Children in HK commence school at the age of two and a half - five days a week, full days. OMG what a delight for their mothers.
Arrived back home at 10ish and straight to sleep.
... Island are lit up in colourful light displays and viewed from across the water - just like Shanghai.
It was time to work our way back through security and customs and return to Shenzhen China. Carly and Hayden desperately wanted a Hot Pot meal and they found one off the sky-walk in Shenzhen, so we sat down at 11:00 pm. 30 minutes before closing time ...
... to 100 hkd. We kept saying no and she wouldn't let go of my arm and i was starting to panic. This women would seriously not take no for an answer. Finally she cracked it with us and I got my arm back. After that I did not want to go any further so we went back to the guy at the start who didn't scare or hassle me and we got some stuff.
It was 5 o'clock so we headed back to In's Point and Anthony got some transformers. 4 in total as well as a set of transformer ...
... spilling out onto the pavement, studying form and curiously silent in concentration. Talk about betting on two flies up a wall, you couldn't have squeezed the proverbial fly in there. Peter made an attempt to insinuate himself but unsuccessfully, no one was giving up their faint glimpse of the screen. It would have made a great photo - PL in the middle of a sea of Chinese punters. Do you think I could have picked him out in a hurry? We moved on down to the pier ...