Rambler Oasis Hotel
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... Is this the same one?
It was getting to be past nine o'clock and we didn't think anyone would be there, but Mary and Paul said they would stop by the building on their way home. This is Wednesday night and there was a Bible Study that was just ending at 9 pm. Paul and Mary texted me with the following information and took some of the ...
... to one side. We decided that we should head back over to Hong Kong Island but this time, we would get the ferry across. Considering we would be getting a front row seat at what is one of the most famous skylines in the world, it was astonishingly cheap (effectively £2 using the Octopus).
We ate at a waterfront restaurant we I came across a very lovely beer called "Monty Python's Holy Grail". Despite the price it was too irresistible to ignore. It even ...
... climb more steps, ask for directions, etc. CAROLYN WAS TRYING TO KILL ME!
The sweat was pouring off both of us, yet we continued to climb. Finally we reached the synagogue, but before entering had to present our passports, explain the reason for our visit, and be scanned.
The Ohel Leah Synagogue and its next-door neighbors, the Jewish Recreation Club and the Jewish Community Center, have formed the center of ...
... until after this holiday. We went to a hotel near our guesthouse for the evening meal, as another tour group we have seen a bit of in recent days were staying there.
It was lucky that we did our hiking yesterday, as it was raining & foggy the day we left Ping’an village. We didn’t do a lot for the day really, as it was just a day to travel to Guilin & then wait for an overnight train to Shenzhen, which is the very southern part of ...
... know, Hong Kong is surrounded by mountains on each side. Victoria’s Peak is a
lookout point on the mountain where you can look down and see a panoramic view
of Hong Kong’s skyline and harbor. After that we were allotted free time so we
decided to stay on the mountains and enjoy the view for a bit rather than take
the bus down with the rest of the group. When it came time for us to find a way
down we quickly realized we may have made the ...