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Lovely but very small boutique hotel. Perfect for a couple of days in HK
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... giggling away while we were doing that! When we arrived at Moscow airport we had to go through passport control and yet another person was giggling at us. The emigration officer was smiling away to himself, we had no clue what that was about.... In the waiting area Miriam said she was thirsty so Clíona decided to buy a small drink.. Of 1 liter!! The cup was gigantic, hahaha! Chips would've been nice too, but Des convinced us not to buy any, as we were going to be fed on the ...
... it was outside the mall down a back street, tucked away from the main road. Finally after asking countless people, I found the store! There were four different flavours being offered, all specials for the holiday season, Holiday Log Cake, Ginger Bread Man, Snow Man and Fig sweetened with Greek yogurt. I bet you know which one I chose... the Fig Sweetened with Greek yogurt, and it was actually pretty good. because it had been cooled by nitrogen, it melts faster than regular ...
... back down to Tung Chung.
Tai O -'Venice of the East' as local call it, is a charming fishing village. The still houses standing over a winding waterway will give you best picture ever. In a traditional still house, the front is dedicated to daily living, while the back and passageways are used for drying salted fish and seaweed. So when you wander around the village you will know if you are in the front street or already in the ...
... had for half the price than in Australia...delicious hand roll sushi rolls made to order for just $1! Because I'm actually a little crazy next stop was fitness first platinum but a different one this time which was in one of the commercial buildings on level 37 overlooking the city. To finish the day we took the tram then shuttle bus down to Stanley, located on the peninsula of Hong Kong Island that has a harbourside promenade with a erray of restaurants serving plenty ...
... placed, we eagerly watched as our race began, unsure of where to look, what the information on the board meant, and cheering with noise as opposed to words as we forgot which horse we had bet on! Still..
Our horses and their info:
P: Electronic Fortune "has a chance to finish in first 3"
Z: Forgive and Forget "expect better"
P: Eastern Promise "worth respecting"
Z: Fun 'n' Games "good chance"