Tata Hui Short-term Apartment Hong Kong Serviced Apartment
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... our meandering around the stalls before giving most of our custom to one stall that had some of the type of stuff (sorry, I meant luxurious gift items!) we were looking for.
Then after lunch another short bus ride back to 'Repulse Bay' beach to check out the waves etc. No waves and although the water was fairly warm there were very few people in the water. We decided not to go swimming ourselves, even though ...
Capital city of China Beijing.
Language spoken Standard Chinese (Standard Mandarin).
Currency used Renminbi.
Population 1.351 billion.
Major Religion Taoism,confucianism and lslam .
... great help and we were invited to board first with a family with young children and a couple of people in wheelchairs.
We were in identical seats as the first flight on the same model plane. I saw the end of the movie The Best Offer (with Geoffrey Rush) that had been interrupted as we approached Hong Kong, while Angela was able get some sleep. We had a second breakfast for the day, fortunately slightly different from the one on the previous flight.
... throughout the terminal when the Socceroos scored their one and only goal.
(We found out later on the plane that they had lost.)
We enjoyed the luxury of business class seating once again and we both succumbed to our recent sleep deprivation. It is so much easier to sleep lying flat.
Nice quick immigration and a fast train to the city followed by ...
When we planned this trip I insisted that we stopover in Hong Kong, it turned out to be a disappointment on one hand and a pleasure on the other. This is the new Hong Kong ! Gone are the copy watch stands, gone are the dodgy street sellers, gasp, everything is legit ! Or at least in the city. Maybe all the cowboys have moved further out where the tourists can't reach them. ...