Rambler Oasis Hotel
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... inevitably (and often rightly), have to give up more individual responsibility - accept the traffic lights.
So that's it. In my next, and final Blog, I will try to make a few more summary comments about the trip. I will also pick some of my favourite photos from the last 10 weeks, which I will put in categories, such as best four Buddha shots, best four Markets, best four Kids etc.
Should be posted in the next couple of days......
... it was stunning. So peaceful and beautiful. The building is made completely from wood, surrounded by a beautiful flower garden and the courtyard inside is full of bonsai trees. Around the courtyard there are individual rooms with the most stunning shrines (the best one I have put a photo in the post). It was the perfect way to finish off my week in Hong Kong.
So what now? TURKMENISTAN (visit number 7) for 12 very long days and a lot of hard work!
... my way around Lantau Island to Discovery Bay where I met up with Tracy, a lovely friend of my friend and colleague Kate. Tracy kindly opened her and her husband's home to a tired Canadian visitor, and offered to be tour guide for the day. So after a quick shower, we were off to the ferry to to Hong Kong proper. Lots to see and do, but first stops included the crazy outdoor escalators. Mid-level escalators is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the ...
... it it was 11pm and we had to start heading back to the hotel whilst the MRT was still running. Our time in Hong Kong has been very busy and we haven't had a moment to the stop which has been great but very tiring. Hong Kong is a fantastic city and is a great starter city to the Far East, different enough to know your in China but western enough for you to feel comfortable exploring.
In need of a good night sleep before our long travel day we packed and called a night on our Hong Kong ...
... more cocktails. Now it is time to leave this part of the world and head for a quick trip to the US for total culture shock, unspeakable levels of jet lag, good pizza and large beverages. Although I feel lucky to have had the opportunity to take this trip, I am so sad to have it end. I could certainly do this for longer and I hope I can in the not so distant future. I initially booked this trip thinking it would get the travel ...