Dongjia Apartment Hotel
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... menu. It's a advantage that I can eat any type of meat but still it's difficult because of their soya sauce and all. Rice is very popular here as compared to the noodles, and what you get with it? Only some dry meat and vegetables. Soups are out of question because of smell and after experiencing one "beans" with coconut milk drink I made coke or Pepsi my best friend. Once had nice food from a ...
We awoke just after 6am, after sue going to bed at 2.45am, trying to get free wifi at the Port, and with the Internet cutting out all the time, this became really frustrating. The Travelpod App on my phone crashed on Monday after writing 2days of entries and adding about 60 photos, the app just wouldn't open, I tried emailing to get Travelpod help, but was sure what I had done for those 2 entries was going to be lost, but won't know until ...
... male at 83 and woman at 87. Government employees retire between 55-70 depending on position. There is no pay discrepancy between man and women!
Our guide was an immigrant to Hong Kong. Having been raised on the mainland to farmers, her family liked Chairman Mao. His policies benefited the working class. She told of her friend whose parents were graduates of the top Mainland universities. They were stripped of their belongings and sent ...
... hour flight!
I was completely amazed at how determined they were to get us here in time. Why would they spend the time sorting flights (at 4am), paying almost $3000 for the 2 of us "candidates". They could have easily said well we will get you one the next round...They alsp switched around the planned itinerary to suit us arriving late! To top it all off we might not even make it through the insane medical process, and be all for naught!
Anyways Bill picked ...
So the last couple of days I have been fairly boring, running errands to prepare for Thailand, Burma and beyond.
Here are some things I learned in the last 2 days:
1. It is ?always better to overpack than underpack...but then I won't have any excuse to buy more **** I don't need..I have NOT thought this through...
2. Techy people in Hong Kong will still try to trick you into paying more ...