Xiao Mei Sha Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... could hear the chanting in the distance, it felt quite safe where we were.
Next morning Michelle took Patrick & me to a popular local restaurant for breakfast. After breakfast we said farewell to Michelle, as she was flying back to Beijing. We caught the subway to Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal on Lantau Island. We caught the 5.7 kilometre cable car ride to the Big Buddha. We climbed up the steps to the Buddha & then went to the Po Lin Monastery nearby. ...
... such an efficient system where you can check your luggage in from this central point in town and even get your boarding pass. We then left the kids' backpacks at "Left Luggage" for the day, grabbed some lunch and caught the MTR underground to Sham Shui Po which had been recommended to me for ribbons and beads. What an absolute treasure trove! Simon spotted the best ribbon shop ever - he probably regrets it now! It had the ...
... Ocean Hotel'. I have seen better, I've seen worse. I also saw a sign about their free airport shuttle service. I was too tired to comment. For the price I thought it was pretty reasonable. The bed was incredibly comfortable and I had a great night sleep! Today I learnt: To check the country's regulations before trying to travel there. That I should not do a full day of work the same day I travel. I should, tell myself I have towork in order to not ...
... the next morning around 8am. When we arrived on the bus we were surprised to see it was kitted out with beds. I've never seen a bus with full on beds. Three rows of bunks laid end to end. It didn't look too bad until we were shown to our beds. At the back of the bus, where the aisle ended, there was a huge honey moon suite of a bed, except this was more of a honey moon bed for Hugh Heffner as five people were expected to sleep on it with ...
... this city with sky scrapers galore, the busiest port I have ever seen and shops as far as the eye can see.
How to sum up Hong Kong ........ We can't yet we have only just scratched the surface so far, so perhaps we can tell you when we have to leave but our initial impressions are that I have never seen so many shops and restaurants ever ever ever. It is clean, bright and feels good to walk around and there is so much to see. We have ...