Rambler Oasis Hotel
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... why after watching them swarm along the Avenue of Stars like a bunch of badly dressed locusts with the manners to boot. Anyway enough of the dull travel monologue . What do I think of Hong Kong? It's a busy place, lots of people, lots of traffic and the straits should be renamed the fragrant harbour as parts of it really do smell. Here the much maligned selfie stick is very visible and we did get poked in the head by one on the tram. Also I have no idea what the accident rate ...
... way but the all over experience and I learnt so much!! When my parents were here in Hong Kong one of their friends was a Chinese born English, Chinese studies Professor and after not receiving a Christmas card from this year, dad was determined to track her down and see if she was ok. And at 93 she was still kicking and so on the ball that she surpassed dad when she remembered the little ...
... there are spectacular views. We were lucky to capture two jumpers who bungy jumped from a platform just above the restaurant at a height of 223 metres. The full height of the tower is 338m making it the 5th highest in Asia. We didn't have time to take in the temple visit that was on our itinerary but once you've seen one Buddhist temple you've seen 'em all. We did however get a little longer in MGM Casino which was very opulent as one would imagine. ...
... in the centre of every door frame, we've been told not to remove them.
The feng shui master also decreed that the clock in room 3 was in an unsuitable place, so this has now been blu-tacked onto the window in not the most space-efficient manner. The clock above reception has been removed so now none of us can see it while teaching. Prosperous - maybe, useful - no.
I've just found out that the ...
... wood with beautiful big windows open to the ocean. I was and still am so glad that I chose to stay there. Around 7pm (7am home) I called Nan to wish her a Merry Christmas, we ended up chatting for an hour and I was very pleased to had had that time with her, despite the distance between us. I told her of my travels and she told me of the plans she had in store that day. By the time we had finished, I was so relaxed and comfy the thought of leaving was not something I was ...