Rambler Oasis Hotel
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... We both believe that Hong Kong have a mixture of European and Asian flair, not much of the culture, very small city than we both have expected it would be. Weather constantly keep changing..sunshine and raining all the time all day but it is still so humid, as we are so glad while rain comes!! People around here are so friendly and helpful. It been wonderful experience for both of us, we throughly enjoyed ourselves and thank you Hong Kong for the rememberable trip. What's next? Bangkok ...
... meal on the way back and found a small local Chinese restaurant, hoping we would pay cheaper prices. A £4 meal is still expensive to me when I've been through India, especially when It was just noodles in hot water and some cabbage. I think I'm going to turn in to a noodle soon! Rach and I got ready for night out take two but were faced with a hostel full of tired people who wanted a quiet one. Well a quiet one turned in to drinking games and Rach seemed to lose every game ...
... Irish bar, and it was definitely nice to have a "cold one". It would have to be an Irish bar - there were four steps up, then immediately four steps down - there might have been a reason for it, but it seemed pretty quirky.
Always pushing Ron out of his comfort zone, we found a little "restaurant", and had a local meal of what I would describe as a beef, bok choy and noodle stew/soup, and mushroom and truffle dumplings with ...
Finally, after our 26 hours of traveling we arrived at Hong Kong International Airport. Our bags arrived safely, passport control was a breeze, and we got out of the airport fairly quickly around 8:50 pm Hong Kong time. We then made our way to bus A21 to take us to a stop near our "Guesthouse" located in Tsim Sha Tsui. The bus ride was nice (double decker, air conditioned, and stops being read in cantonese and english). About 45 minutes later we ...
... risk at an outdoor restaurant at the side of the road. Appearances in HK can definitely be deceiving as it was authentically simple and utterly delicious! Succulent pork ribs, fried rice, king prawns and cashews plus drinks for about a tenner each. The turnover is fast as is the service and the smells coming from inside as we waited on the pavement rickety seats had us salivating! AND the elderly owner also wouldn't take a tip - amazing!