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Emma Hoareau

Emma Hoareau
July 26, 2014



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Being in a big, busy city again seems more foreign that I thought it would. Having been
alternating between beach bum or explorer for a month or so, it comes as quite of a shock to
suddenly be in a metropolitan city, with people you know living there and a mainly English
speaking population.

One thing that didn’t change however, was the heat and humidity. Just as in South East Asia,
Hong Kong has a decidedly muggy heat, and when you’re walking around for most of the day
it can become quite sweaty uncomfortable. That’s why we were jumping for joy when we got
the chance to stay at W Hotel, not just incredible views from our suite but we also got to enjoy
the heat by soaking up the rays poolside (the highest rooftop pool in Hong Kong) and get away
from the hustle bustle.

Waking up in king size beds with white sheets and taking lavish bubble baths are perhaps two
ofmy biggest pleasures, so thank you for having us W Hong Kong! 

And thank you Amanda for sorting everything out for us ūüôā

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