Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... of education and how this gives us more power to make choices. I sound like my parents.
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... express. I was a short week, but it was great to finally show them the place that I've been living (and 'studying') for so long now. Sending photos and sharing stories is simply not the same as showing the real thing. The other party will never be able to fully grasp what sort of life you're leading. Not being able to do that with the people I care about has probably been the hardest thing during my exchange. Saying good-bye was hard, but as I'm writing this I realize that I'll be home in a month. Time ...
... then caught the train out to Tsuen Wan which is in the New Territories.
We had a quick look around the wet market near Lan's place where you can buy all sorts of fish, meat, vegetables and fruits. The most gross thing we saw were live toads! Next we went to a brass factory which was in this interesting area that has village houses, which are three storeys and three families live there, one on each level. It was a ...