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Princess_Melanie
04-29-2012, 02:07 PM
Our booking request that we sent to DVC member services on Friday came back this morning as a fully fledged booking - we're going to Hong Kong!!

We just booked our flights and planning is in full force here :)

We fly out on Oct 26th and leave HK on Nov 6th so we'll be there for Halloween which I'm really excited about.

The Disneyland Hollywood Hotel will be our home while we're there and we have a huuuuuuuge long list of everything we'd like to do while we're there!!

Any suggestions and tips - gratefully received :)

PrincessInOz
04-29-2012, 09:22 PM
I should have come back here to double check how long you were going to be in HK for.

Looks like you'll have 10 days in Hong Kong. Plenty of time to do everything.

I'm nearly up to moving to Hong Kong proper in my TR and I'll have pictures of the Hollywood hotel to put up as well.

Definitely get an Octopus Card to travel around. I'll have details :teeth:....

Princess_Melanie
04-30-2012, 03:56 AM
:) Yup - 9 full days and our flight home departs at 11.45pm so a big chunk of that day too!!

We have Oyster cards here in London in the UK which DBF and I use daily on the buses and tubes, so when we read up on the Octopus card a lot of it was pretty familiar - a LOT cheaper than here in London though!! Although I can't really complain - DBF is a senior accountant for Transport for London so we travel for free anyway ;)

REALLY looking forward to seeing the HK part of your TR - we have Ocean Park on the list and apart from the official website there are few reviews and TR on it...

Really glad we joined the DVC in 2007, if it wasn't for that, HK would not happen this year!! We'll miss skipping Orlando for a year, but it's good to see other countries right?!! :rotfl:

PrincessInOz
04-30-2012, 04:01 AM
:) Yup - 9 full days and our flight home departs at 11.45pm so a big chunk of that day too!!

We have Oyster cards here in London in the UK which DBF and I use daily on the buses and tubes, so when we read up on the Octopus card a lot of it was pretty familiar - a LOT cheaper than here in London though!! Although I can't really complain - DBF is a senior accountant for Transport for London so we travel for free anyway ;)

REALLY looking forward to seeing the HK part of your TR - we have Ocean Park on the list and apart from the official website there are few reviews and TR on it...

Really glad we joined the DVC in 2007, if it wasn't for that, HK would not happen this year!! We'll miss skipping Orlando for a year, but it's good to see other countries right?!! :rotfl:

I might even have Ocean Park to post as well....:teeth:

It is good to see other countries. But HKDL is a lot smaller than the US parks, so just be aware that it will suffer in comparison.

The good news is that come Oct/Nov, it is more likely that Grizzly Gulch will be opened. It is slated for opening in 2012. And then I'll be looking at your TR to see how it looks.

Princess_Melanie
04-30-2012, 04:13 AM
The good news is that come Oct/Nov, it is more likely that Grizzly Gulch will be opened. It is slated for opening in 2012. And then I'll be looking at your TR to see how it looks.

That's what we're hoping - something new :)

By staying on Disney property and using DVC points we have passes for the length of our stay so will obviously have a full day in the park and will also be able to dip in and out as the rest of our schedule allows...and of course, we intend to spend October 31st in the Park :)

PrincessInOz
04-30-2012, 04:24 AM
Sounds great! You'll have a ball. Lots of different things to see and do.

I better get working on my next installment. Hoping to finish breakfast and then move on to Hollywood Hotel.

Did you consider staying at the Disneyland Hotel instead of Hollywood hotel?

Princess_Melanie
04-30-2012, 04:33 AM
Sounds great! You'll have a ball. Lots of different things to see and do.

I better get working on my next installment. Hoping to finish breakfast and then move on to Hollywood Hotel.

Did you consider staying at the Disneyland Hotel instead of Hollywood hotel?

Looking forward to seeing your pics of the hotel and your thoughts on it :)

We did look at the Disneyland Hotel, but....it was a lot more DVC points. We're using up points banked from last year that we have to use or lose, and a big chunk of this years points to stay at the Hollywood. To stay at the Disneyland Hotel would have meant borrowing points from next year which we try not to do. We figured that the hotel is mainly a base, and as long as it's Disney we're happy :) Staying at the Disneyland Hotel would be nice but maybe next time :) We'll definately be going there to have a look around and eat of course - Disney Dim Sum is big on the list and we have 1 Saturday and 2 Sundays there to try and get it in!!

Lewdannie
05-02-2012, 05:59 AM
Edit...worked out what DVC stands for.

ehsmum
05-02-2012, 07:49 AM
That's a great amount of time to spend in HK! We just stayed at the Hollywood Hotel and loved it. I know the Disneyland Hotel is more beautiful but HH was great as well.

We went to Ocean Park - it is huge! We only spent about 4 hours there and did maybe 4 rides? It was really way to big and spread out. We enjoyed it for what it was, but it's no Disneyland :rolleyes1

Princess_Melanie
05-02-2012, 11:44 AM
Edit...worked out what DVC stands for.

No worries :) I always forget that DVC means a few things when it comes to Disney

That's a great amount of time to spend in HK! We just stayed at the Hollywood Hotel and loved it. I know the Disneyland Hotel is more beautiful but HH was great as well.

We went to Ocean Park - it is huge! We only spent about 4 hours there and did maybe 4 rides? It was really way to big and spread out. We enjoyed it for what it was, but it's no Disneyland :rolleyes1

Yup - originally we were looking at 5 night stay and then DBF looked at flights, figured out if we extended the trip, jiggled the days about a bit, and used some of the current year points....we could have a really decent vacation - I 'aint complain :)

We hope to do a full day at Ocean Park - it looks massive from the website - I want to see the giant and red pandas and DBF wants to do the thrill rides - we both want to see the huge aquarium. Any tips or pics from Ocean park? Any must-dos or skips? :)

ehsmum
05-03-2012, 08:04 AM
Ocean Park is massive. We weren't really prepared for the size of it. We didn't end up seeing any animals (except for the eagles that swooped our cable car!). We went directly to the upper park and the thrill rides.

Our original plan had been to spend a full day there, but with our limited time we decided to cut it down to half a day. That really was fine for us because we did the major thrill rides and the cable car which was the most important to us. With a full day there you'll get to see a lot more, including her shows :thumbsup2

Princess_Melanie
05-05-2012, 04:50 PM
Ocean Park is massive. We weren't really prepared for the size of it. We didn't end up seeing any animals (except for the eagles that swooped our cable car!). We went directly to the upper park and the thrill rides.

Our original plan had been to spend a full day there, but with our limited time we decided to cut it down to half a day. That really was fine for us because we did the major thrill rides and the cable car which was the most important to us. With a full day there you'll get to see a lot more, including her shows :thumbsup2

Depending how I feel after flying - I may skip the thrill rides and let DBF do them solo (I had acute vertigo last year and although I've not had an attack since, I havn't flown since the attack and I still get mild travel sickness from time to time now)

Excited about the shows though - we really do hope to spend a whole day here :)

Princess_Melanie
05-11-2012, 08:23 AM
So, now the hotel and flights are booked, planning what we're actually going to do on our trip can actually begin!!

This is the 1st pre-trip report I have done for a few years, so bear with me :)

This trip is just me (mel) and DBF (aaron) - NO parents or friends on this trip ;)

Here we are celebrating DBF's 30th in 2009....

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v410/Melanie2004/For%20HK%20PRT%20and%20TR/400w.jpg

Usually we head to WDW every year - buying into the DVC in 2007 was the best thing we ever did for our vacations :) But in 2011 we bought our 1st home together and the WDW trip went on hold that year. We had a few shorter trips/weekends to Belgium and to see friends in the UK but were in neeeeed of a Disney fix!! We'd banked some points from 2011 and these had to be used this year or we'd lose them. A friend in the US was thinking of renting them from us but changed her plans, so we looked at what we could do with them....and it dawned on us that Hong Kong could be an option!!

We had to wait till the 6 month mark to make our request with DVC Member Services but we were in luck and our reservation was booked!!

We're flying on Virgin Atlantic and have scored Premium Economy seats at a great price. We leave the UK on Friday 26th October very late at night, arriving in Hong Kong at tea time on Saturday. We leave Hong Kong just before midnight on November 6th :)

We're staying at the Disneyland Hollywood Hotel for the whole stay and will hop on the MTR to get around. Living in London we have a similar system to the Octopus, called Oyster which we use on the Underground system here - so we'll hopefully find this part of the trip easy to get used to :)

And so the planning begins...we have a long list of things we definately want to do - but in no real order yet...

Disneyland (obviously!!)
Halloween Night in the Disney Park
Disney Dim Sum
Afternoon Tea at the Peninsula (we adore afternoon tea)
Victora Peak (both day and night views)
Ocean Park
Ngong Ping - cable car, buddah and village
Markets
Avenue of Stars
Symphony of Lights
Star Ferry (DBF only - I can't get on any kind of boat)
And probably more that I can't think of right now.

Something we are very keen on and only just heard about is the Hong Kong Foodie Tour - a 3.5 hour tour, around some eateries, to give you a taste and an education in the food and area. We'll do this as soon as we can on the trip so we are prepared :) Maxiumum of 12 to a group and it includes a tea ceremony which DBF is very excited about.

More to come as the plans develop, and I'llupdate/reply as often as I can. We don't have internet in the house yet (new build and a bit of a nightmare...) so we hop across to my Dad's to steal his :) and I also have my step-dad and best friends baby girl both in ICU's at the moment so we're running back and forth between London and Oxford too!!

LOVING all the TR on this forum so far - very helpful and great fun to read :)

zanzibar138
05-11-2012, 08:50 AM
Congrats on your booking! And good work getting premium economy too :thumbsup2

Looking forward to seeing what you get up to in 10 nights. Can't wait to see HK Disneyland decked out for Halloween, and will be very interested to see if Grizzly Gulch is open for you - it certainly seemed pretty close to opening when we were there in March. We could see if from Tarzan's Treehouse.

Princess_Melanie
05-11-2012, 01:11 PM
Congrats on your booking! And good work getting premium economy too :thumbsup2

Looking forward to seeing what you get up to in 10 nights. Can't wait to see HK Disneyland decked out for Halloween, and will be very interested to see if Grizzly Gulch is open for you - it certainly seemed pretty close to opening when we were there in March. We could see if from Tarzan's Treehouse.

We're really hoping Grizzly Gulch is open by the time we go (should be as it's due to open this summer I think) - very excited!!

PrincessInOz
05-11-2012, 05:04 PM
Congratulations on your plans! Great work to be travelling PE. That foodie tour sounds great. I'll be looking out for your views your TR with interest if you decide to do it.

Princess_Melanie
05-11-2012, 05:31 PM
Congratulations on your plans! Great work to be travelling PE. That foodie tour sounds great. I'll be looking out for your views your TR with interest if you decide to do it.

:) We were lucky with the price, dropped a little bit when it came to booking!!

The tour really sounds like fun and when I emailed them about a dietary concern, the emailed back really quickly and were really friendly. If I can get the time tomorrow I'll try and post a little bit about it on here - time for bed here!!

Princess_Melanie
05-15-2012, 04:58 AM
1st bit of actual planning/booking - Done!! I just booked DBF and I onto the Hong Kong Foodie Tour :cool1: Being total food addicts - we thought this would be a great idea, it isn't too long (at 3.5 hours) but is long enough and will hopefully give us an insight into what to expect (or ask for!) when we're in HK.

What is it?
A 3.5 hour walking tour in the Central and Seung Wan neighbourhoods. We'll be taken to 6 food/drink locations along the tour - all family run - and inbetween we'll learn bits about how HK has changed/developed as well as interesting facts and info about the location, architecture, history etc.

Where will we eat?
1 - Wonton Noodle Shop - shrip and noodles in soup (mine will be a different noodle as I can't have fish/shellfish)
2 - Roast Meat Restaurant - BBQ Pork and rice - nom nom nom!!
3 - Fresh Juice Shop - I think this is the stop where you get to try sugar beet/cane juice (??) everyone raves about the juice on the reviews page of the tour...
4 - Tea House - DBF is really looking forward to this stop - a private Chinese Tea Ceremony in a traditional Chinese courtyard
5 - Dim Sum Corner - various for us to try (again - no fish/shell fish for me)
6 - Local Bakery - where everyone raves about the egg custard tarts!!

The cost for an adult was HK$600 per adult - with a service charge of $31 on top - HK$631 each - when I paid, it came out to 105 total - which for us, living in London and used to higher prices anyway - for a small 3.5 hour tour, including all costs (except tip for guide if you think they deserve it ;) ) this is good value for money.

We'll also be shown en route to our food stops, other places that are recommended byt the guide, which I'm sure will come in useful!!

We booked the tour for Monday 29th October - the tours don't run on a sunday and as we arrive on a Saturday, this is the 1st day we could do it. They recommend doing the tour as soon as you can when you arrive to get the most out of it - ie - you know what your're eating/ordering (hopefully!!) for the remainder of your stay!!

PrincessInOz
05-15-2012, 05:41 AM
YUM!!! I'll want food porn.

sounds like a great deal.

zanzibar138
05-15-2012, 06:16 PM
Sounds like a great idea to get an idea about the food for the rest of your stay!

ehsmum
05-15-2012, 07:43 PM
that food tour sounds great! Unfortunately for us, our kids are picky eaters so we didn't get to sample too much of the local cuisine so I'll look forward to living vicariously through you!

Princess_Melanie
05-17-2012, 03:55 AM
YUM!!! I'll want food porn.

sounds like a great deal.

We are total food addicts so there will be plenty of food porn lol - DBF is used to me going "NO! Don't eat it yet" and me taking a dozen pictures :)

Sounds like a great idea to get an idea about the food for the rest of your stay!

Absolutely - we both love chinese food but we thought it would be a great way of expanding our choices and learning about the food, culture and people at the same time.

that food tour sounds great! Unfortunately for us, our kids are picky eaters so we didn't get to sample too much of the local cuisine so I'll look forward to living vicariously through you!

I promise to make a full report :) I was a little worried as I don't eat seafood or shellfish - I try every so often to eat some but it still makes me gag :( shame as we have some wonderful fish restaurants and sushi restaurants here in London and all over the UK. Hong Kong Foodie Tour replied to my query right away and said it was no problem at all as all the food for our little group is prepared fresh for us - they would simply switch out the fish element for me and put in pork/beef/chicken instead - really helpful and really super nice about it too.

Hong Kong Foodie Tours even emailed me after I'd booked (they use an a booking agent for tickets) and reassured me that the dietary request was noted for me. A+ for effort already!!

Princess_Melanie
07-22-2012, 10:24 AM
Okay!!

Having just passed the 99 day mark and not even started a planning schedule or spreadsheet I'm in a slightly panicked mood!!

Usually by ths point for a WDW vacation, the excel spreadsheet is updated for park hours and fireworks, anything and everythng is printed and the suitcases are dusted off ready to pack..not this time!! We've been a bit pre-occupied by life instead....

Our lovely little house has kept us heavily occupied but that is FINALLY finished now, and my stepfather is recovering from his stroke well and is in a fantastic rehab center, so all smiles there. My best friends' baby girl is still fighting a huge tumor like a trooper and isn't doing too well so a lot of my time and energy is with my bestie :(

BUT we will be flying out in just under 3 weeks so I'd better get my butt in gear and get organised!!! I think a lot hinges on how the weather is on "the day" we decide to do some things so it'll no doubt freak me out and I'll worry about forgetting something....lol!!

So, my apologies for the delay in updates - I'm trying :) and more will come soon!!

Princess_Melanie
09-09-2012, 12:02 PM
Still not much happening on the planning front, we've started to dig out clothes to think about packing but we're still not sure on how the weather will be really...

We have booked ourselves onto a VIP tour in DLHK though....on Halloween!!!

We talked it over and decided to take the plunge and book the Halloween Dark Elite tour for just the 2 of us. They even called us this morning to confirm the tour details and to list anything we wanted to do in particular (we said the haunted houses, toy story land and grizzly gulch coasters, the space mountain halloween style and definately the parades and fireworks). The CM we spoke to was lovely and will confirm the time of our private meet and greet with characters nearer the date.

VERY excited!! It was a little expensive, but we figured on one of the busiest nights for Halloween it was worth it to skip the lines and get great viewing spots :)

zanzibar138
09-09-2012, 08:10 PM
That sounds awesome! Sometimes it's worth splurging a little ::yes::

PrincessInOz
09-09-2012, 09:08 PM
That's a great plan. And what a good way to dodge the lines.


Looking forward to your views of how the tour goes.

ky71
09-13-2012, 11:55 AM
Just wanted to add my two cents...
We visited HKDL during the halloween season in 2010. I tried very hard to find out about it from the website - I didn't realise until close to departure that halloween was not a hard ticketed event like at WDW and that alot of the activites were dorment during the day (like Main St Haunted Hotel and Demon forest). Also we went prepared with costumes and very very few children were dressed up and ZERO adults!

We stayed at HH too and tried from the first day to get a reservation at the DLH's Enchanted Garden character meal - it was sold out solid for 8 days! If you stay at the DLH you are hosted at breakfast with characters daily (no other guests can book at breakfast) I will remember that for next time.

Chef Mickeys restaurant does NOT have any character meals (DLP, WDW and TDR all have characters at Chef Mickeys...) Tick Tock diner is VERY tiny but has a good selection of western style light meals. Be sure to explore the DLH maze garden - it's so pretty.

There was no photopass CD but plenty of professional photographers and good value/quality packages to purchase.

With your Octopus card don't forget to get your leftover amount refunded at the end of your trip. We thought that was lost money but were surprised to have found out differently by accident after our last journey.

Princess_Melanie
09-14-2012, 07:37 AM
Just wanted to add my two cents...
We visited HKDL during the halloween season in 2010. I tried very hard to find out about it from the website - I didn't realise until close to departure that halloween was not a hard ticketed event like at WDW and that alot of the activites were dorment during the day (like Main St Haunted Hotel and Demon forest). Also we went prepared with costumes and very very few children were dressed up and ZERO adults!

We stayed at HH too and tried from the first day to get a reservation at the DLH's Enchanted Garden character meal - it was sold out solid for 8 days! If you stay at the DLH you are hosted at breakfast with characters daily (no other guests can book at breakfast) I will remember that for next time.

Chef Mickeys restaurant does NOT have any character meals (DLP, WDW and TDR all have characters at Chef Mickeys...) Tick Tock diner is VERY tiny but has a good selection of western style light meals. Be sure to explore the DLH maze garden - it's so pretty.

There was no photopass CD but plenty of professional photographers and good value/quality packages to purchase.

With your Octopus card don't forget to get your leftover amount refunded at the end of your trip. We thought that was lost money but were surprised to have found out differently by accident after our last journey.

Thank you for all the tips :) everything is appreciated!!

We have been told that we can book reservations in the DLH from 21 fays before arrive, waiting eagerly to book in for Disney Dim Sum!!

We did have a lovely call from tour services confirming our private tour booking and noting all the attractions we specifically wanted to do. The times for the private meet and greet have not been released yet, but they will contact us to discuss that. We were also offered the option of them booking in any dining reservations for before the tour, declined as we have plans for the 1st part of the day, but thought that was a nice touch. They are lookng after us well already!!

DBF is all clued up on the Octopus card bless him - he's an accountant at Transport for London and it turns out the Octopus system was based on our own Oyster card system here in London :) Will remember to check out any balance left on card at the end of our trip.

Now our only decision at the moment is wether or not to hire a mobile phone....free calls in HK, free landline calls home, free access to internet and aps and emails.....will save us a fortune our UK mobiles that are expensive to use abroad outside the EU....but could be useful for maps etc around HK as well a my addiction to social networking sites!!

PrincessInOz
09-14-2012, 10:14 PM
Thank you for all the tips :) everything is appreciated!!

We have been told that we can book reservations in the DLH from 21 fays before arrive, waiting eagerly to book in for Disney Dim Sum!!

We did have a lovely call from tour services confirming our private tour booking and noting all the attractions we specifically wanted to do. The times for the private meet and greet have not been released yet, but they will contact us to discuss that. We were also offered the option of them booking in any dining reservations for before the tour, declined as we have plans for the 1st part of the day, but thought that was a nice touch. They are lookng after us well already!!

DBF is all clued up on the Octopus card bless him - he's an accountant at Transport for London and it turns out the Octopus system was based on our own Oyster card system here in London :) Will remember to check out any balance left on card at the end of our trip.

Now our only decision at the moment is wether or not to hire a mobile phone....free calls in HK, free landline calls home, free access to internet and aps and emails.....will save us a fortune our UK mobiles that are expensive to use abroad outside the EU....but could be useful for maps etc around HK as well a my addiction to social networking sites!!

I'm sure I got reservations for the restaurant at least 4 months out. :confused3


We got local prepaid SIM cards for HK and just popped them in our (unlocked) phones. Worked great!

Princess_Melanie
09-15-2012, 05:32 PM
I'm sure I got reservations for the restaurant at least 4 months out. :confused3


We got local prepaid SIM cards for HK and just popped them in our (unlocked) phones. Worked great!

I think it's the cross-hotel rule, because we're at the Hollywood it's a 21 day out rule. We were told if we were staying at the Disneyland, we'd have an earlier window....

Our phones are locked so the sim wouldn't work in our phones. We work out it'll be about 80 or so for the full trip, when we were in New England for christmas and new year in 2010, we turned data off on my phone for most of the trip, I used it a little for a few emails, updating FB and we called home on christmas day for a few short calls and my bill was about 60 higher than usual....we are thinking about the phone hire as it would mean having an internet connection for most of the day....handy for maps and apps.....as well as calling home and my brother on his wedding day (he's getting married while we're away....)

HKDL posted up the sneak peaks for merchandise and food for halloween and I'm seriously excited lol!!!

PrincessInOz
09-15-2012, 05:44 PM
I think it's the cross-hotel rule, because we're at the Hollywood it's a 21 day out rule. We were told if we were staying at the Disneyland, we'd have an earlier window....

Our phones are locked so the sim wouldn't work in our phones. We work out it'll be about 80 or so for the full trip, when we were in New England for christmas and new year in 2010, we turned data off on my phone for most of the trip, I used it a little for a few emails, updating FB and we called home on christmas day for a few short calls and my bill was about 60 higher than usual....we are thinking about the phone hire as it would mean having an internet connection for most of the day....handy for maps and apps.....as well as calling home and my brother on his wedding day (he's getting married while we're away....)

HKDL posted up the sneak peaks for merchandise and food for halloween and I'm seriously excited lol!!!

Will your service provider let you unlock your phones? It may come down to a fee. But in the long run, it may be worth it.


I'm refusing to look at the merchandise on line. No point torturing myself. ;)

Princess_Melanie
09-15-2012, 05:49 PM
The merchandise pics are a little small, but the sample on display looked neat, excited to see some of the pins....

I may look into unlocking, but I don't think it's something our provider offers....how much was the pre-paid sim? The reason I like the look of the hire of a smart phone is that the daily cost is fixed and includes all calls to the UK (landlines), all HK numbers and unlimited data.....so we'd know exactly how much we're spending. They also let you tether it to a laptop so that will be useful in the hotel room, no internet charge or having to sit in the lobby for free wi-fi :)

PrincessInOz
09-16-2012, 05:34 AM
The merchandise pics are a little small, but the sample on display looked neat, excited to see some of the pins....

I may look into unlocking, but I don't think it's something our provider offers....how much was the pre-paid sim? The reason I like the look of the hire of a smart phone is that the daily cost is fixed and includes all calls to the UK (landlines), all HK numbers and unlimited data.....so we'd know exactly how much we're spending. They also let you tether it to a laptop so that will be useful in the hotel room, no internet charge or having to sit in the lobby for free wi-fi :)

Melanie - The prepaid sim was a "gift" from the nephew of our TA friend. I suspect that it wasn't more than $40 Aussie; which is about GBP 20-30. DH and I had a phone and the sim card each. He used a lot more data than me and probably topped up with another Aussie$15. The included call allowance on my card lasted practically the whole trip.


I don't know if the Dis will allow this link to Whirlpool...I googled "3 prepaid sim Hong Kong"...

http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1341981


The advice on here seems to be to purchase the SIM card at the airport.

Princess_Melanie
09-16-2012, 02:10 PM
Thank You :) the linked worked and I had a quick read, given both options to DBF to have a look at too, the price for hiring a phone has now gone down to HK$68 per day which is excellent, so it's all up to DBF now....

jenshell75
12-26-2012, 12:17 AM
lurking and learing. We just booked HKDL for 3 nights December 2013 23rd, 24th and 25th December. It's our Christmas treat :)

We hope to spend 10 -12 days in HK

I can't wait to hear all your plans and see all your photos

Jen
Sydney Australia
:santa:

PrincessInOz
12-26-2012, 01:11 AM
lurking and learing. We just booked HKDL for 3 nights December 2013 23rd, 24th and 25th December. It's our Christmas treat :)

We hope to spend 10 -12 days in HK

I can't wait to hear all your plans and see all your photos

Jen
Sydney Australia
:santa:

Congrats Jenshell! Sounds like a wonderful way to spend Christmas!