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A travel blog entry by katewild


... Mrs H also took us to the highest bar in the world and I enjoyed a blackberry mojito on the 118th floor! I have certainly been living the high life.

On my birthday Sarah took me to Disneyland Hong Kong! It was totally magical. We saw the Lion King show, relived our childhoods on It's a Small World, made it on to Space Mountain, met the cast of Toy Story, watched ...

Day 276/280 HK Energy / Energia Urbana

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... their eyes on their mobile phone. No one reading a book, and very few reading the free newspaper). Taxis were not expensive either and the famous Star Ferry to go across to Hong Kong Island was a real bargain. We noticed how there is a parallel street system going through the buildings on elevated walkways as opposed to walking on the street. We noticed that May was the Art Month in Hong Kong and there were ...


A travel blog entry by daisy_and_alex


... Tuesday exploring Macau, which is fairly different to Hong Kong. Macau seems much more similar to mainland China, especially because there's a far shorter distance between the two. Being previously owned by the Portuguese, it has a really interesting European feel to it as well, with lots of little quite squares and brightly painted houses. Cue thousands of photos. It was strange not to be surrounded by tower blocks, and even more strange to have massive casinos ...

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A travel blog entry by g7s22


... very excited to get Beckett settled in to our "real" life here. He is fascinated with everything, but the Karaoke machine was the best. He sang the same song over and over, assuming it was a song he learned at the orphanage. Video below. Who knew he would be such a crooner?

Some observations about traveling in China (we recommend you try it sometime!):

1. Napkins do not exist. They are never offered in ...

Quick trip to China

A travel blog entry by kayteroo


... to try to find some of the little markets and a temple there. We found the temple quite easily and took a tour of it and the gardens, its was very peaceful and easy to forget you were in the middle of such a busy city.
We managed to find some little stalls but along the way found some really quirky streets with some fun shops.
For lunch we decided on another guide book recommendation, and were happy to find an English menu!!! The seating in Hong Kong seems to ...


This hotel, located in the 元朗 area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Wetland Park, Seven Small Arches (Xiaoqikong), Lychee Park, and Ping Shan Heritage Trail.
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