Regal Oriental Hotel
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... a decently sized supermarket. We took the ferry over from Central Piers, and disembarked onto Peng Chau, where the unhurried rural lifestyle was epitomised by the gaggle of elderly people sitting on plastic chairs under the banyan trees and having a right good chat. They only multiplied as the day went on. We headed off on the trail around the northern part of the island, going by temples and men doing some construction work along ...
... was a case of passing the time until the rangers called us. Some night people have to wait until 2-3am before they're called as the rangers like to ensure that the turtles are comfortable and... in the zone before they call people over. We were just settling into some good ol' fashioned ****-head to pass the time when they called us about 9pm. We raced over onto the beach and gathered around the turtle - she was nearly a metre long and seemed huge. As the ...
In the morning we got the MRT into Central, and went and looked at the very tall buildings! Then headed over to get the Star Ferry over to Kowloon and back. We then got the bus to Stanley. We sat upstairs and enjoyed the trip over - it was the first time I have ever seen a Mclaren dealership! It was also interesting seeing the huge houses built right on the edge of the hillside. On the way back from Stanley ...
... area, but had little luck. Finally, we ended up at this hole in the wall that was more local than anything. Not a STINT of english was seen or heard, not even the menu. With a few lucky guesses and some struggles, we ordered and received some of the best food I've had yet this week; incredible. Following dinner, the 6 of us walked the streets of Hong Kong enjoying the views and the scenery and ended up in the Soho district, more specifically Lan Kwai Fong. Lan Kwai Fong ...
... The Korean and Mexican exchange students whom I grew particularly close with during the semester. However, one close friend of mine to remain is Chung who will be accompanying me to the airport on Thursday morning. I am quickly beginning to realize that it's over. No longer will I sleep on a three-inch thick "mattress" in Hostel WJY surrounded by my wacky, crazy floormates Jackie, Eugene, Bongo, Jonathan, Charlie, Mark, Frank, and honorary member Becca. No longer will ...