Rambler Oasis Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last day in HK so got ferry to HK island and the bus to Stanley on the coast to visit the market. Great ride round the coast on the bus for a few pence lots of lovely bays and quite a contrast to Kowloon and HK island. Had lunch in a beautiful old colonial building overlooking the bay - followed by a visit to a very ancient temple - very serene even i was calm when we came out!! then back to the hotel checked out and off to the airport to fly overnight to Melbourne! see you later ...
... hallway leading up to the lounge, gossip columns say he is in Paris, but you never know.
We have two hours before our flight Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), luckily it is relatively short (2 hours) but land at 130am. We figure out bodies will be totally screwed up in time by then!!
... stared at us, looked at his phone, fiddled with it for a while then passed it to us with the info we wanted. He didn’t even grunt. I mean - really?? Is this progress? I’m not sure he even knew how to have a conversation any more never mind have a polite, interested or informative one. There are even signs on escalators, road crossings and close to the docks saying things like - “take care whilst using your phones whilst on this escalator” or “be careful ...
... nap which was good as we headed off to the Happy Valley Races at night. That was a good night, had dinner, put some bets on and met a new friend there who was giving us tips. He put his on at the last minute though so was too late for us really but he was a bit of a character. Lan did the best with the betting with Karry not far behind.
Today we went into the Central Piers and met Lan and we caught the ferry ...
... restaurant was Hulong on the 28th floor over looking the lights and skyline of the city. The dinner was outstanding and my other favorite meal of the trip. Our main course was crispy duck served with little pancakes, slivered cukes and scallions with two types of sauces. The bathroom of the restaurant was so beautiful I took a picture of it. ( never done that ...