Bradbury Jockey Club Youth Hostel

Address: No.66 Tai Mei Tuk Road, Tai Po, Hong Kong, China | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the 大埔 area of Hong Kong, is near Soho, Jade Market, Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree, and Art Museum of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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      Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

      One night only in Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by elaineaflynn on Mar 05, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... did cost more than the food!! Great people watching as well. The next issue was trying to acquire some milk for the room as it only provided coffee mate and that is not great with your English breakfast tea bags! Alison approached a waitress and asked for a small jug of milk, however before she understood some extra explanation was required as she could not understand why coffee mate was a problem. Anyway she went off to find some saying she ...

      One country, two systems

      A travel blog entry by skyenicolel on Feb 07, 2015

      3 photos

      ... my suffering to the Chinese people’s suffering.) I was looking at the ground the whole time because I did not want to fall but our guide told me that when I stopped to catch my breath to look around. It really was a nice jungle with beautiful mountains as the backdrop. There was not one, but two mountains that we had to hike. And I mean hike. These were steep inclines with random rocks as the pathways. People hiked these trails everyday too! Children ...

      Winter sun, Sino invasions and iPhone shopping

      A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Jan 04, 2015

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... whizzed and lit up the skies across the harbour, I realised I was surrounded by camera phones, snapping away regardless. At one point, what little view I had was submerged in a sea of selfie sticks. The craze for which is spreading to Europe like a bad rash.

      The fireworks lasted eight minutes (eight being a lucky number in Chinese superstitions) and the arduous trek to get home began. An estimated 300,000 people were on the streets of Kowloon that ...

      Amazing Hike on Dragon's Back

      A travel blog entry by carlabroad on Dec 25, 2014

      2 comments, 64 photos

      [Will upload videos for this post when I get home tomorrow]

      Since Christmas is a public holiday in Hong Kong I decided I needed to get the hell out of the city. Took the MTR to the eastern part of Hong Kong Island and then a bus up the mountain a ways to a segment of the Hong Kong trail called the Dragon's Back. The hike was absolutely fantastic. A bit drizzly and once I got up on the top it was ...

      Arriving in Hong Kong!

      A travel blog entry by marlenesmith on Apr 26, 2014

      1 photo

      ... soup and bread rolls for us for dinner and we picked up some duty free Tia Maria and Baileys so we had a lovely night catching up on news.

      Karry and I are up early here this morning but our host in still in bed so we are quietly playing on our iPads and chatting. We are going for dim sum this morning at Stanley and then on to the markets, looking forward to it. Will check in later.


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