Vincent Guest House
TravelPod Member ReviewsVincent Guest House Hong Kong
Took a little time getting used to but we soon settled and ended up really enjoying the place. The roof top wasn't pretty but a cool place to hang out and meet other travellers.
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... righteous will receive eternal life, while the wicked will be eternally condemned.
FINALLY, I have posted on my LifeNets site the story of Chinese Sabbath-keepers from the old Good News magazine in an article by Dr. Herman L. Hoeh. Interesting thoughts. You can see it by clicking here or at
... that was a nice change from the endless city view in Kowloon and Central districts. This is the suburb area of Hong Kong and instead of single family homes, there were rows of tall apartment buildings (average of 30-40 floors) that lined the main streets and hugged the coast. Once again we were awestruck of the excess of accommodations and facilities that are necessary to house the masses of people living in this area. We discovered most the people in Hong ...
... its only 8:30AM. I repeat: Superman.
We headed downstairs, past the front desk to the common area where a simple, but delicious breakfast was awaiting us.
My heart screamed! BAGELS, TOASTED BAGELS! AND CAPPUCCINOS?!
That's it, I've died and gone to heaven.
… It really is the little things here people.
After breakfast, and asking the front desk if they knew of any visa agencies in the ...
... little shops selling silk garments, sportswear, art, Chinese costume jewelry and souvenirs. After seeing all the other markets on mainland China, this just felt as if we were in Chinatown in New York.
Hong Kong was part of the British Empire until 27 years ago when it was turned over the the Chinese. They still continue to drive on the opposite side of the road, and most citizens speak English. Unlike mainland China, there are ...
... the tram (after lining up for 1.5 hrs) up to The Peak which is on a hill overlooking all of Hong Kong. Some would say they would not que up this long but it was very interesting mixing in with locals and tourists alike and observing the difference in all cultures and the wait was certainly worth it! The tram ride was very steep with wonderful views, masses of shops and thousands of people and magnificent views over all Hong Kong! We stayed there for ...