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TravelPod Member ReviewsSealand Guesthouse Hong Kong
Although hard to find, once we had our bearings it was much easier. Centrally located and although the rooms are small they have everything you need and the staff were friendly.
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... they provided jackets. My feet were frozen!! I think I was the only one without closed shoes on! The highlight was sliding down the ice slide. I did it three times :)
Tomorrow I'll be watching the House of Dancing Water show. I've heard lots of great reviews and everyone tells me it's a must-see so that's exactly what I'll be doing tomorrow before heading back to HK.
... luring customers to their shops. First tailor, looked promising but would not negotiate with us. Found another one near the Peninsula Hotel, father & son team from Indian George & Harry, at a shop called Hugo's Tailoring. After looking, measuring & negotiating deals to work in everyone ones favor, Rob ended up with a new sports coat, Marv & Dave new dress shirts & Emily a custom designed jacket. Everyone left happy.
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... stops on the Red Bus was a visit to Aberdeen the Boat People's (Dwellers) area. Boat Dwellers is the PC term for the 'Tanka People' who live on boats in HK. If you have seen a Lora Croft movie or a James Bond movie or any movie with HK as a back drop you have seen this area. Even though they were not even recognized as a people until recently that hasn't stopped folks from making them a tourist spot. The Jumbo Restaurant is one ...
... She was in Hong Kong for the day, so we grabbed a bite to eat with her and her two roommates. We went to this Mexican restaurant in SOHO, which end actually pretty good considering we're no where near Mexico. SOHO was a great area and was lined with restaurants and pubs on a hillside. The longest escalator in the world is there, which we went up. The place was very lively with people eating and having some drinks! Since we missed the light show ...
... had just realised that by us opting to fly to Hong Kong instead of getting the overnight train meant that we were here a day early!.... oooops! any how with there being no room at this hotel we decided to grab our luggage and hit the streets in the hope of finding a nice budget hotel for the night so we proceeded by foot to walk the mean streets of Hong Kong.We were so tired we didnt even realise that we where in the high class area, pretty much every ...