Xiao Mei Sha Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... would have been expensive but between the three of us, it wasn't so bad. We arrived at the summit as the sun was beginning to turn the waters of the South China sea orange and yellow. It was one of those sights that you know will take your breath away but it still surprises you at how incredible the sight is. There was a McDonald's with a veranda overlooking the bay and as we were still suffering a little from the night before. We sat in quite possibly the ...
Having wanted to visit Hong Kong for a long time, we both landed at the airport with big smiles on our faces. Once at the hotel, we were very impressed with the view of the lit up harbour, with several boats docked, from our room. Given we had been traveling the whole day and were very hungry, we decided to indulge in the lavish hotel buffet that was presented before us. It seemed to be a great idea to begin with, however we very quickly became too full and eventually ...
... the park with waterfalls and ponds with turtles and fish in them. It would have been really nice to go when it was not raining so we could venture a bit further without getting drenched. Stopped of at Causeway Bay on the way back did a bit of shopping in Aeon ( old Jusco). It is 5pm local time as I'm writing this blog and lightning is everywhere so might give the harbour cruise a miss again ...
... Bay. Feeling like I’m swimming upstream, I then beeline for the exit (Darwin you profound old man) and walk to my office! Door-to-door, about an hour commute. As for Hong Kong itself… I just LOVE it and its big bright lights! I am continuously blown away by the size of the buildings that shoot up daily and even more blown away by the bamboo scaffolding tied together with pieces of nylon, used to construct these monsters (apparently they gave ...
... to me that they can costume them and then have a show, but it's also sad to me that she was dancing away with no one there to watch her! Ms. Pam showed us a couple pictures of President Obama's half-brother who lives in the area and comes once a week to the orphanage to teach piano lessons. There were also a couple of pics of Itzhac Perlman who had apparently been to the orphanage to teach violin lessons. We continued ...