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TravelPod Member ReviewsSun Kong Hostel Hong Kong
Not so much a hostel than an apartment room. Very cramped and felt like we were in someone elses house. I guess it was a good experience of 'living' in HK rather than staying but then HK isn't really much of a backpackers place
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... sports shoes, no cheaper than at home and a variety of Chinese wares. Arrived back at the ship for a late lunch. All the new arrivals for the next stage of the voyage were coming onboard - mainly Australians. Finished the day with a Chinese Folklore Performance of the dragon dance, acrobats, changing face mask dance which was very good. An overnight stay in port which was nice to see the lights on the buildings and ships in the harbour from our ...
... driver who turned out to be a Physio who had retired to Hong Kong after 15 years in New York.
We are staying at a lovely hotel right on the water and found an Italian restaurant next door. The lights look lovely reflected across the harbour and there was a short laser show.
Lots of joggers and walkers with cute fluffy dogs.
... random, but one cool thing I'm learning is how similar words have similar symbols and there are like mini-symbols that make up words. For example the symbol for tea has a stroke for the word grass as part of the larger symbol. And other words that have to deal with grass (such as lawn, field, etc) also have the grass stroke in their symbol.
Thanks again for reading! I should have another log in for the Philippines soon. Cheers.
... did because it ended up being our favorite aquarium so far! The enclosures were huge and beautiful and the fish, sharks, sting rays and turtles were super active which was a lot of fun! We then took the gondola up the mountain to the other side of the park which gave us beautiful views of the oceanside and all the islands surrounding it! We then got to the rides and decided to do the one that soaks your first in order to cool down a bit and met a really ...
... we noticed that we weren't going in the direction we had thought we should be travelling. My husband took his cell-phone, typed "Jade Market" into the Cantonese-English translator and showed it to the driver the next time he had to stop for a red light. The driver read it, put the car in "park" and indicated "GET OUT"; but not before asking us to pay $23 HK and all we got was basically a ride around the block. We stepped out onto the street (actually, ...