Xiao Mei Sha Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is very comfortable so we enjoy a couple ofglasses of Moet and a nice Dan Dan Moran Noodle dish while we wait for our flight to be called. Our seats are very good with side by side comfortable pods, plenty to drink and eat and in no time the lie flat button is pushed for a few hours sleep.
We decide that we are indeed very fortunate that we have enjoyed 40 years of La Dolce Vita together and look forward to many more.
... was the fact that our tour would soon be coming to an end - although I was sad that my mum would be leaving me soon, and although the rest of our tour group were generally a good bunch of fairly pleasant people, after 3 weeks of hanging out with the same group of strangers every day I was fairly ready to see the back of most of them. (And I think some other people on the tour would probably have stronger feelings of happiness at the prospect ...
... and seem to also enjoy the more modern way of life. Only time will tell, but now that we understand more of this issue, it will mean more to see how it turns out.
I think that is one of my favorite parts of this trip- learning enough about these other parts of the world that we have a real, personal interest in the outcomes of political changes, the impact of global climate change, and successes or failures of people and ...
... and across Lantau Island. We had panoramic views of Tung Chung Bay, the Hong Kong International Airport, Ngong Ping Plateau, South China Sea and the Tian Tan Big Buddha. When we reached the end of the ride we arrived in a culturally themed village called Ngong Ping Village. We browsed through the markets and shops and climbed the many stairs to the Big Buddha. There were several monks climbing the stairs, chanting and praying on their way. I so wanted to take ...
... in the same situation as us, and they were all attempting to get taxis. So we joined a group that included a family and a girl our age who spoke a little English, all trying to get to Shenzhen. Feeling more than a little trepidatious, we embarked on our journey to Shenzhen, and en route decided that we may as well stay the night in Shenzhen and attempt to cross the border the next day. We communicated this wish to the driver through the girl who spoke English, and ...