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... and a talented artist. She attends a technical school. I don't know why she wasn't given the opportunity to be adopted. There was another bedroom with bunk beds that the 3 boys shared. Two of these fellas had Downs Syndrome. They were so friendly, they held Jim's and my hands as we walked to the apartment. The one holding Jim's hand shouted out to the foster mom something about a BaBa (dad). Maybe he ...
... our next objective. Hong Kong is essentially green heavily vegetated hills with gully like valleys descending to the harbour. At the tops, the hills are sprinkled with big villas, and then apartments and condos, getting more and more dense as you descend. At the base of the hills are towering skyscrapers of commercial buildings, hotels and apartment buildings lining the busy harbour side. Much of what was once grimy and congested shanty towns has now gone, replaced by swish ...
... and bought some if the food on offer. We tried the special tart ( nice and a bit like creme brûlée) and tried and bought a special dried pork. Very nice, quite chewy so not like beef jerky and with a hint of honey. Very tasty indeed. Too hot and sticky and nit enough interesting things for us to see and do so we returned by public bus two hours before we has intended. Luckily we could change our departure times and ...
... added some great personality to our strange group, and increased the enjoyment of all my trips tremendously. Alexi, you're my homeboy, and I vow, with all my heart, to always make fun of you for being Jewish and Canadian.
The next day I simply roamed around the city, doing nothing in particular but exercising. I crossed the border back over to mainland China, stayed in Shenzhen one night, then flew out the next day to meet my parents in Shanghai. Until next time, folks.
... Causeway Bay. At €22 each a night, this is the most expensive hostel we've stayed at so far. That's €22 for a bed in a 21 bed dorm with no breakfast. Compared to €3.90 for our own room and breakfast in North China, HK is considerably more expensive. We're only in HK for a few days to get a visa for mainland China and during that time, we can see a few sights. Sharon has been here before for a few weeks so she knows her way around. We take the famous ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center