Rivan Hotel Rica
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mentally handicap) working for Kodak were taking photos of people. We saw quite a few people saying they didn't want them but they were very persistent so the people had them in the end. We decided we wouldn't be awkward and just smiled when our turn came despite not really wanting it done. We thought that was the end of it until about 10 minutes later when one of the guys ran over to us with photos and key rings in his hand (already printed!!) ...
... top with no accidents, we had a short hike through the stream to another swimming hole, and another waterfall to scale. This involved shimmying along a cliff face around the water hole with footholds that ranged from 2-10 inches wide. While this was not as extreme as what might be encountered in canyoning, the complete lack of safety gear was a bit disconcerting. After this stretch, which took a while due to the discomfort of some, Ashley ...
... me or give me the opportunities I have. Maybe they would've made me a better, healthier, smarter person, but I'll never know. What I do know is that I owe it to my teachers, my parents, and my peers to try and improve the country we all live in. I hope I can live up to this post.
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to Lantau Island and see the infamous big Buddha. Near the big Buddha were also
these “Wisdom Poles”, for lack of a better term. These were large poles made of
wood which had many wise saying engraved in Chinese on them. Situated in the
valley between a few large mountains, the Wisdom Poles truly emitted a feeling
of wisdom and serenity. Once we were done there we headed off to dinner. Our
restaurant was located in the back ...
... white dolphins, unfortunately there were none to be seen but I enjoyed it nevertheless.
I took a bus journey along a winding road up to Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island. At the viewpoint (the highest point in Hong Kong) there were amazing 360' views over the island and across the bay to the mainland, despite the blanket of fog settled across the city. From the busy Central area I took the ferry back to the mainland which gave a ...