Garden View Hong Kong(YWCA)
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... together. It was definitely worth it though: the pancakes turned out great! After dinner we crafted our own dice out of a plastic box and the game could begin! It was a lot of fun, and fortunately everyone ended up with a present. I got a small pouch, watermelon socks and a USB. The next few days were all about my final paper that I had to finish before flying to Vietnam on the 14th. I was really excited about the trip and as such didn’t manage to focus well. ...
... scrolls – and actually reasonably priced given the quality of the final product! We wander the town a little and grab some lunch before deciding to head back. It’s been nice to head down south and see the other side of Hong Kong, but we won’t be back down here anytime soon! We get back and decide to head out to the Mongkok computer centre – Linda’s leaving present from work was cash to buy a replacement tablet computer but we ...
... back to Nate, and we set off to find an ATM together... we discovered one finally, along with a Starbucks, and a place with really tasty bagels! Then, by the time we got back to The Peak, we decided that it was too late in the morning, and went to the Hong Kong park instead.
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