Geo-Home Holiday Hotel
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... s were a joy to see. We then went across to the Science Museum where we had great fun playing with the Strange Matter exhibition ( just big kids at heart). Caught the MTR back to the hotel and enjoyed evening cocktails as we plan tomorrow' s activities. ...
... like concerts, environmental work and visiting people in our community to support initiatives.
We had a very interesting talk in which a possible relationship involving young adults or older teenagers coming from places such as the United States or Australia could work together with QBS on a project to provide relief for the current ...
... and caught the express train to the airport which made it very easy.
There are very few sirens here, unlike New York, and people don't toot on the horn like Cairo. We never once have felt unsafe when out walking.
Oooh - on our way up the street on the Big Bus tonight we were told of old women who stand on the street and offer to put curses on people for roughly Hong Kong $40 - about $6NZ They are called Villain Hitters with discounts for ...
On Monday after our company field visit we boarded a train
in Guangzhou and headed down to Hong Kong. In Hong Kong we stayed at Y-Loft
which is considered a hostel, however I thought it was decent enough. It was
truly unique. The architecture and layout in each room was different, and each
room was a different color. It was primitive yet clean so I enjoyed it. That
night after dinner we went up to Victoria’s Peak. For those of you who ...
... This has translated into the bars and restaurants offering a great deal of fusion cuisine, most focussing their efforts on reinterpreting the Italian cuisine. See the photos for one of the more interesting fusions.
On we go and we come across what we have decided to call Party Street. Selling everything anyone would ever need to celebrate the new year of the horse. Chinese New Year that is, which falls at the end of January. A bewildering ...