Xinhai Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Then one of the girls said, "Oh, my dad has alopecia too because he has a big bald spot at the back of his head." We did go for a squash hit this morning at 8:45. You could shoot a cannon through the club. The same locker attendant was there, a short, smiley HK women who called me Madam. Today she said, "You are very nice Madam." I thanked her and told her she was very nice too. The squash was slow this morning. My body felt tired but I'm not sure ...
With still plenty of things to do and see in Hong Kong, we weren't going to let a little bad weather stop us. So when we walked out of the hostel and saw that we could see down to the other side of the harbour, we decided to risk it and check out The Peak! The Peak is after all the Number 1 thing to do in Hong Kong and how could we not do that?
Walking down Nathan Road, we entered the subway and travelled one stop from Tsim Sha Tsui ...
... found out we should have been given tickets for the sampan. We went up the tram and then by escalators to the very top. This takes you to the highest point in Hong Kong and view is spectacular. There is audio to give info too. There are many shops and restaurants here but we avoided them. We went back down the tram to catch the green bus but the last one had gone so we had to go back on the red bus again. We complained about having to pay for sampan but then ...
... better than expected. My tour guide was a Chinese Texan who started out as a builder like me. We hit it off immediately. The building itself was called the BR building and was a great example of how to build in a warm-humid climate zone like Shenzhen. In a word - it breathed. Oh and had stunning decorative AND edible gardens embedded throughout its 16 stories. It really did feel alive. 50% of the Western facade being solar photovoltaic panels and the roof completely full of solar hot ...
... ordering like you would with sushi (pencil and order sheet). We asked if they had drinks but they only had tea. Mike hopped next door to the 7 eleven and got himself a large beer and Harmony a coke for a total of $2.50. Our food started coming out plate after plate and we were in culinary heaven. Each plate was better than the last and we couldn’t believe how amazing everything tasted. As we were eating, crowds starting building up outside and lots ...