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February 27, 2004
The shower and toilet was a one-room affair. You would close the plastic accordion-like folding door behind you, and simply turn on the showerhead; the water went out through a drain in the floor. Every day when we came back around dinnertime, fresh (although somewhat thin and small) towels, a small bar of soap, and a disposable toothbrush were waiting on the newly made bed.
The staff (two elderly women) were very kind and courteous, and once let me into the room when I arrived before my boyfriend (who was carrying the key that day). Our room overlooked an alleyway, so you might want to ask for the light-filled rooms overlooking Cameron Road, even if they're slightly noisier. It's a nice, safe place for budget travelers. Also, since we stayed for 8 nights, we were able to get a small discount per night (HK $20 off of HK$300).
From journal Thanksgiving Dinner in Hong Kong
May 8, 2003
Besides being a very small, clean facility, the name of the manager sticks in my mind even today: Charlie Chan. He also runs Lee Garden Guest House.
From journal HKG