Chanel Palace Hotel
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... mainly me), so we decided to break for it. A coffee shop located right next to the tram station was only a block and a half away, but I got drenched running over there. You'd think we'd be better prepared for rain heading to Asia for two months during the rainy season, right? Anyway, we grabbed some coffee and ham and cheese croissants, and waited out the rain. I should interject here and say that of the three countries we've visited, ...
... it was very clean and location wise was perfect.
We chilled out and got sorted before exploring out into the streets of Hong Kong. We had round 3 hours out where we ended up on the night market that finished just outside our hostel, and called it a day as we were tired from travelling.
We spent our second day in Macau!
So day 3 in Hong Kong was a Saturday and having done some research before, we read because ...
... I heard her introduce her MaMa and BaBa (dad) to the security guard as we went into the complex. We walked up about 6 flights of stairs into Mia's home. It was one room with several wooden chairs, a coffee table and TV. The kitchen was closed off from the rest of the house by decorative glass panels. The home had 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. Mia shared a room with bunk beds with a 16 year old girl. This girl was ...
... lunch. Next we went to the Tai O fishing village.Old people think that if you take their picture you take their souls.We took a boat to through the village then out into the ocean.The water is dirty but it actually is clean. We saw rare Chinese pink dolphins.I saw a pink dolphin .Pink dolphins are baby dolphins.We went back to the Buddha then we got dropped off at our hotel.We had a swim to celebrate
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