Ramada Hotel Kowloon
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That is also our 52nd different room and bed! Arrived in Hong Kong to done fine weather at 27/28 Thus place has changed since my first visit, 32 yrs ago. It's all now becoming the same in all our Asian city visits. Just that HK is rich and has become expensive. Electronics not much in the way of new gizmos. Hard ...
Another good week...!
It started with a trip to Pulau Selingan, or Turtle Island as it is known. Apart from somehow leaving my passport at the hostel in Sepilok, the trip was amazing. For some unknown (I assume money related...) reason, I had my own guide who personally gave me a tour of the island and lots of information about the turtles. Terrance was a really good guy with a great sense of humour and very knowledgeable. From the jetty about 15 of us took a ...
... luxury room with great views on the 16th floor and a Nespresso coffee machine!!
With a quick change, we were out the door again, off to the shops!! Night markets once we found them, having to barter for some things, but if items had prices on them at the market, they were fixed also in the shops, but if you walk through some of the markets, with no prices, well you could expect to be ripped off if you pay what they say!! They'll soon come down in price, like Nikki wanted ...
... Here I met my first new friend, the journey had begun! After arriving on campus, the check-in process was confusing but we finally made it to our rooms. What a SCORTCH. I lucked out with a brand new building so my dorm room is quite nice, but they aren't air conditioned. In 47 degree weather, air conditioning is a must. Shortly after dropping our stuff off we met up with a large group and headed to Ikea to buy bedding and room supplies. This place was a 5 story super ...
... complete, absolute, and unbridled freedom mixed with the elation of finding it in the wonders of God's creation: rivers, mountains, waterfalls, cliffs, and islands.
As I sit at my desk, which is now almost completely barren, I have some time to reflect on what this semester has meant to me. Honestly, it is very difficult for me to answer this question at this moment in time because I am mostly in a state of shock that my time here has so quickly come to ...