Bridal Tea House Hotel Yau Ma Tei
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... old and there were also several ruins. Next to the village was a small temple, and the high light of the tour: Tang Chung Ling Ancestral hall. Ancestral halls were created in China to pay respects to a family's ancestors and show family pride. They were the ultimate status symbols of their day, with size and layout a signal to outsiders of the family's rank. For holidays, weddings and birthdays, relatives gathered in the hall to celebrate together. The halls are also used ...
... be a great place to stay) to the summit. It was sunny when we started at the bottom, but fog came & went throughout the day & there was more fog than sunshine. It made pleasant hiking conditions. I think it took us about 2½ hours to get to the top & I think we climbed over 1,000 metres in elevation.
We took food & water with us, which made the climb a little **********e of my travel companions & I had a self-heating beef & rice dish we ...
... br> Hong Kong is the most populated island in the world with 7 million people on it - and most live in high rises. Obviously high rise living isn't too bad for their health, as Hong Kong has the highest life expectancy in the world - go figure.
Hong Kong fell to the Japanese in December 1941 and many atrocities took place by the Japanese after that
Can't get used to their money $1 = about $7 Hong Kong so everything seems terribly expensive ...
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- Yangshuo: incredible scenery, well ...
... been searched thoroughly and they promised us they haven't brought the shrink ray gun with them, and they have also promised not to go purple. Fingers crossed. We jump in a taxi and were dropped off where we needed to drop our bags off. The queue to check in was enormous and quite bad humoured, lots of tutting and sighing going on, so we decided to let the grumps get on with it and we will explore the boat later. So as I type this, we are sitting in the sunshine on ...