Maple Leaf City Hotel
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... the ruins, ot certainly was a sight to see, and having read quite a bit about it, i was really keen to look around some more. we bought some souvenirs and then decided it was time to load up at one of the many bakeries along the street leading up to the hilltop on which the ruins are located. Macanese egg custard tarts, almond pastry that tasted lile baklava and something else that the boys tried, and we were ...
Hong Kong airport was very efficient and the instructions Justin had given us to their apartment very clear, so not long after landing we were on our way there. Justin and Sarah had very kindly offered to have us to stay while we were in Hong Kong, a massive relief after 3 weeks in youth hostels. When we got to their flat we had to an incredibly quick turnaround as we had planned to meet Juliet’s Uncle Stanford for lunch. We caught the ferry over to Hong Kong Island ...
... pick the right spot so people just started stopping where they wanted and it became a bit of an ongoing joke during the day. We passed a flock of ducks (if that's the right word). They were running towards us, crossed the road in front of our bikes and straight in to the water the other side. It was probably a had to be there moment but it was so funny, it was like they had never been in the water before. And now I I fully understand 'like a duck to water' literally! Next we cycled ...
... Ngong Ping can be rather expensive. For HK$225 (S$36), one can enjoy the following attractions:
- Cable Car : One Round trip Cable Car ticket
... dating another race--the person will usually hide it from the parents as long as possible. I also have never, ever seen a Chinese date a black person. Sure, this bad situations happens in the U.S....duh. But you really don't know the extent of it until you come here. And white people--you probably think you're immune to this stuff around the world, but in China, it changes (at least a little).
Another thing is related to my job. If you do not have white ...