Rumah Guest Rooms

13F, No.37 Paterson Street, Hong Kong, China | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by lisacoates


... an open air restaurant and hunkered down for a beer called Blue Girl, imported from Germany. When the rain cleared, we walked down to the beach. Three of the cows were suntanning there. The water was probably 85 F. Back to the hotel for a 2 hour nap. We walked up to the cottage where some of the American women were staying. Everyone is still pretty jet-lagged, having arrived at different days. At ...

A holiday from my holiday

A travel blog entry by mattgottwald


... meant it has been really quiet. Plus it was in the middle of a wood which was nice - lots of cool creepy crawlies! I did several walks including climbing Lantau Peak - something like 1200 steps. I also spent a day relaxing on a beautiful island called Cheung Chau. There wasn't a huge amount to do on the island apart from swim in the sea, walk up to a viewpoint and eat delicious seafood. Apart from the walks there wasn't much to do apart from ...

Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by justin.lina


... a new ATM card without removing it from its mailed envelope. Common sense usually prevails even in a foreign land. The majority of the day was spent getting acclimated to the 800% humidity and getting a feel for our surrounding area. Besides the obvious Chinese signs and the occasional cows tail (hair and all) or the skinned pigs face, Hong Kong has a very similar feel to most major metropolis.


School Classes, Stanley and Good Laque

A travel blog entry by marlenesmith


... us at the gate but a couple of workers pointed us in the right direction where Joc came and got us. We were introduced to the teacher, Jenny, and the class and we watched the lesson which was very entertaining watching little six year olds using their English to answer questions, sing songs, read a book and play games.

From the school we headed over to the shopping centre to find the local dim sum place. It was funny, we were the only westerners and non ...

Hong Kong Temple

A travel blog entry by chuerzhong


The Hong Kong China Temple is located in the beautiful
residential district of Kowloon Tong, a suburb of Hong Kong on the Kowloon
Peninsula. The temple proper occupies the top three floors of the building while a meetinghouse, mission office, apartments for the temple president and
mission president, and Beehive …


This hotel, located in the 旺角 area of Hong Kong, is near Ladies Market, Lady's market, Nathan Road, and Bird Market.
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