Jing Peng Hotel
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... great. It also seemed to have good food, I tried some of
the fries and enjoyed them. There were several other varieties, apparently one that tasted like pickles, but I was not interested in anything that was not delightfully hoppy. I had been wanting a more complex beer since I had my first Tsing Tao. This place definitely delivered on the better beer. I then was talked into joining a brewers group. Which basically went like this, “Wanna brew with us?” After several ...
... Hong Kong for 3 years and 8 months. In a few videos the people said that they were starved and tortured. Finally the Americans ended the war and so the Japanese troops were forced to go home. At the end of the museum I felt like I had learned a lot.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
After going to two cities in China, we went to our third. We arrived in Hong Kong in the afternoon on a rainy day. Even though it was pouring, my mom and dad went to ...
... a t shirt which was too large, when i pointed this out she said "Put in drier, it shrink" perfect logic.
The women over here are infatuated with Liam (Laurens boyfriends son) 4 years old with blonde hair and blue eyes and constantly taking photos of him picking him up and making him smile for the camera (so much so he automatically does the peace sign now ...
... to venture into city which was 30mins on train. Found loads and loads of shops, but couldn't find anywhere to eat that appealed so ended up at Hard Rock Cafe watching a Hong Kong tribute band play the Beatles. All very bizarre. Slept like ...
... to stay with us on our journey to make sure we stay safe from the purple minions. They are Dave, Kevin and Stuart, and if you look carefully you might be able to spot them in our photos.
After such a productive morning we decided to buy an Octopus pass as we now feel brave enough to tackle the public transport system. We bought the cards, got totally lost in the subway system and ended up walking to the restaurant we had picked out to eat, not a lot of sense ...