Newerly Guest House

Flat C6, Block C, 7/F, 36-44 Nathan Road, Hong Kong, China | Hotel

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Day 222

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... my jeans and boots, so I was terribly uncomfortable in the humidity. But I didn't complain, as Terry was doing worse.

To keep cool we took the train to the end of the Island line, but it wasn't very exciting, as it was nearly all underground. We went across to Kowloon, and had lunch at a Singaporean restaurant. I had chicken rice, again. Terry had satay sticks. He ...

The Peak

A travel blog entry by 5plimmers


... amongst the stall holders selling their wares. It was great to pick up fresh grapes and pawpaw, and some salad veges for the kids. It was also interesting to see the typical little Chinese shops selling their seafood, dried fruit, nuts and medicines. I also browsed the shops down Gough St which is renowned for beautiful, funky homewares and knick knacks. I returned to the hotel around 5pm in time for the kids to ...

102 Days.

A travel blog entry by jfgcooper95


... into it myself). Having that level of immersion massively boosted my Chinese as well, giving me a chance to really practice the listening and speaking skills I was working on in the classroom. It's something that I definitely recommend to anyone who wants to come to China with the intent of learning the language. I spent my final week with That's Mandarin going into more complex vocabulary, but enjoying a more relaxed atmosphere in the lessons. A ...

Cruise Begins

A travel blog entry by mersonjames


... which I had not spotted. It is a brand new one which has been built on the site of the old airport. Our driver seems remarkably good natured, for a taxi driver, and we just set off for the correct place without any fuss. As we plough on through the driving rain I am starting to become concerned at our financial position. I only have so many Hong Kong Dollars left. The hotel concierge staff assured me I had enough to pay for the taxi but they thought I was going to the first ...

Day 1 Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by rachelandnick


... We then took the MTR to the Sik Sik Yuen Temple and saw people pray to idols that were crazy looking in comparison to those of the nunneries. This site was extravagantly decorated, colourful and loud with the sound of locals and pilgrims shaking prayer jars fall of monogrammed sticks. By the looks of things, you shake the jar until one of the sticks falls out and what is written on the stick is relevant to ...


This hotel, located in the 元朗 area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Wetland Park, Lychee Park, Ping Shan Heritage Trail, and Kat Hing Wei Castle.
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