Ovolo Hotel - 100 Shek Pai Wan Road, Aberdeen
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We arrived in Hong Kong Thursday night and booked our hotel last minute. The debate over our very different McDonald's meal was whether we should find a hostel or splurge on a hotel.
Pro's and Con's ensued, 'Can we afford it?', 'ALL this baggage can't possibly fit in a shared hostel room!', 'Can we even find a room at a hotel right now so last …
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As I start this blog, I want to dedicate it to my dear friend Nancy Warren who recently passed away from a very brief, but deadly cancer. She and her husband, TM Sell were avid world travelers and she began sending updates on their travels a few years ago. Because I loved reading her travelogues, I started doing it for my family, just to keep them updated on where I was and anything fun that I encountered. ...
... we boarded sampan shuttle boats for a special sampan tour through the Aberdeen Fishing Village, to the world’s largest floating restaurant; The Jumbo Floating restaurant, to be treated to their famous dim sum lunch. (In china, dim sum and rice is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and I suppose a midnight snack)
After lunch, we were afforded the opportunity to purchase $20k + exquisitely crafted, ...
... story though. Like many folk in China this man liked to spit. I'm not talking about a little bit of spit either, I'm talking about hocking a proper loogie. And where does the spit go? Anywhere at all. Restaurant floors? Yes. Train floors? Yes. Buses? Yes. Shops? Yes. As I say, anywhere. The man spat once, I flinched but hoped it was an isolated phlegm. He hocked again, I cringed andfurther prayed this wouldn't continue. On the third gob ...