Xindongyuan International Hotel
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... at the Wang Fat Hostel. It was on the same street as Outback through a non description door. We told the guard the hostel name and told us "3" in a very bored voice and pointed upstairs. He must tell lots of foreigners where to go. Our actual room was in a building next door. We had a 4 bed room that turned out to only have 3 beds, (I suspected they really just meant it slept 4 people) and an ensuite bathroom. Minus a weak AC unit it was a nice hostel in a great location. After ...
We were only planning to stay in HK for a few days then organise a 2-3 week tour into mainland China. But, we found out that there is a nationwide public holiday from the 1-8 of October. We didn't want to be travelling in China when the rest of the 1.7 billion people were also on holidays. So, we decided to stay a bit longer in HK, and then head out. It has ended up being 2 weeks here, which we have both really enjoyed. The room we had was very small, like ...
... got a ferry over to discovery bay to see a friend of mum and dad's called Cam Cresswell. They had a boy called Oliver and he was 7 and a boy called Tyler and he was 9. There was also Cam's mum Kay who used to teach my mum at chilton (apparently mum was a real smart ass). Then we had lunch with them, I had fish and we could have a free ice cream with the meal unfortunately they were real small (no wonder they were free!). So we knew we had to ...
... same thing happened to me my 2nd year. I was able to get new passport pages and a one year tourist visa to China while in the U.S.--in 5 days. This includes the time it took to travel to Dalls from Pennsylvania and back. When I came to China, my company required me to switch to a work visa. This process took six months. Half a year to process a work visa. Between all of the absurd rules, briberies, and general incompetency, it took 180 freaking days to process a work ...
... are busy". In fact, they weren't. She made me wait. I didn't like her at the beginning anyway. She was so rude. So, shower experience: AWFUL!
"The best airport in the world!" MY ASS! "The best service in the world!" MY ASS. THERE WAS NO SERVICE. So, take that suckers. I have seen so many airports in my life that Hong Kong International Airport would be the worst one I have ever been to!
Over and out!