Weiyi Business Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hong Kong
... more stylish than back home- rather like parts of Europe, men are smart and pretty dresses are everywhere, and being in the city means even the children are dressed up in polished shoes, smart shorts and pretty little- girl dresses…. So cute.
Anyway, time to move on- England here we come!
(from somewhere over Siberia on a ...
... l’illa de Hong Kong. També ens vam adonar que hi ha com un sistema de carrers paral-lel: vull dir que la gent camina per entre els edificis i connecta d’un a l’altre per passarel·les elevades en comptes de caminar pel carrer.
De de tant voltar, vam veure que el mes de maig a Hong Kong era el mes de l’Art i hi havia exposicions i espectacles a molts llocs de ...
... were closed before were now open. As we disembarked the tram, we decided to go to the Aviary and be finished with the Park so that we could spend time walking around the Central and Admiralty areas. On our way to check out the birds we realized something terrible..... We left the free map in the tram.... Not pointing any fingers (it was Dilyara), the map was gone. So, we decided to pursue getting another map from the Admiralty station tourist office ...
... building was opposite a rather sparse
yet expensive looking shop open till late every night. Still, the
room was clean with bright coloured walls trying to be cool and funky
but failing a little with the peeling paper and random plastic sheets
that covered half the wall. The toilet also leaked a little every
time you flushed but hey, they provided shower gel and shampoo and it
was light and quite large compared to what we are used to so you
... and there's no places that are selling fridge cold water, it stinks of fish (and no I didn't heave even though my gag reflux wanted to) and there was meat hanging up, being butchered and out on the floor. They were selling what looked like chickens feet too! Eventually I found a little stall that had cold water. I then noticed I was a good head higher than everyone else which is funny because back home I'm normally small but ...