Caritas Oswald Cheung International House

Address: No.20 Tin Wan Street, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 香港仔 area of Hong Kong, is near Peak Tower, Aberdeen Harbour, and Aberdeen Country Park.
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      Weekend in Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Nov 11, 2014

      17 photos

      ... tent sites. From a far, with all the strings and all the ropes tied up, it looks as though Spiderman had been living in Hong Kong.


      Although China is famous for cheap prices, living here for two months, I’ve come to remiss the quality I used to find back home and elsewhere. In Hong Kong, however, I’m able to find anything and everything I’ve sorely missed back home. Not only that, but where china offers you only one side of the equation, ...

      FIFA 15 was released in North America today

      A travel blog entry by fifa15pccoins on Sep 25, 2014

      'FIFA 15' is releasing tomorrow, and there's little doubt that fans are
      ready to start on a multitude of platforms. This year, the PC version is
      extremely prominant and should benifit from the latest in the engine.
      And now, PC fans who have pre-ordered through Origin (Origin is
      utlimately required to play the game) can start pre-loading now, and
      then can be ready to play as ...

      The Peak and Stanley

      A travel blog entry by julians26 on Jul 04, 2014

      18 photos

      ... and shops selling tourist stuff. We had to go up floor after floor of escalators until we could get to the viewing platform - ridiculous!

      The new viewing platform is much bigger than it used to be (our previous visit having been about 8 years earlier). There was a bit of a haze but in general we had a fabulous view - and much better visibility than we'd experienced anywhere in China! There was a free audio guide but we gave up using it after a few ...

      Is this China?

      A travel blog entry by ccmurray on Jun 13, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... towards the shops. I bought the cutest 3D metal puzzle that created a cable car along a line. We also grabbed some gelato! Yum!

      Pausing in our room to regroup, change and find a place to eat. We headed to the IFC mall to grab some dinner. There was a wonderful sushi place, however there was a wait. Next door was a nice restaurant, so we thought we would maybe get some drinks in the bar there. The whole restaurant looked out over the water and to the main ...

      China Day 5

      A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Feb 13, 2014

      1 comment

      ... It was like a totally different world than Beijing. You actually need to go through immigration and get a whole new visa when going into Hong Kong, interesting right? It's a pretty big movement right now, about whats going on in China and Hong about it. Lol. Anyway, Hong Kong was such a crowded and Westernized city. All the signs were in English and basically everyone spoke English. There cities even had Westernized names like Manhattan. We arrived back to the ship and it ...