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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and sand and bamboo staging. A sign went up yesterday – looks like a new foot massage place – hmm. Little wonder none of the buildings look old – they’re torn down and rebuilt in a heart beat. And, as Eunice knows, not built well or to last. We now have 3 leaks in our apartment that Tom, the school janitor, can’t fix – I have to clean a pool of water from our fridge daily, the shower leaks across the floor to a drain and a ...
We `ve finally completed the trifecta! Verbal discalimer. (I`m well aware that trifecta is three and that it is a gambling term specifically a horse racing term, its just that quintuple has a much weaker sound.) With that being said we`ve finally completed the trifecta! When confronted with the option of visiting museums or other tourist type places we typically shy away. But if there is a ...
... are. Works every time :) We checked into our hotel which was a very small room with very hard beds but again it's only 6 days. In the evening we popped out to get some food and had a wander round. It's hectic here but interesting we are not staying in a tourist area. We didn't see a single European last night. Hoping to go to the museums tomorrow as they are free on a ...
... out. In an attempt to relax somewhere else we go to the business lounge which you can use for free. The WiFi is really fast and it has great views. There are two Australians using it I earwig only to learn that they are in the education business, it really is a lucrative business everywhere we go!
We leave the hotel later in the afternoon in search of some food and go for a pizza, very nice indeed. Then ...
... visions of people crunching it!!!
Both Yvonne and Venus studied at Oxford Brookes university, some years ago.
Smell - Hong Kong's smell is without a doubt dried fish. We are staying just off dried fish street. They dry and cure everything, they have people sorting the fish and the shops are bursting with dried fish but we never see anyone buy anything, apparently it's a delicacy. No wonder there is nothing left in the ...