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Things to do over Easter?

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    Neha is offline Banned
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    Wise kids has Easter party on 21st and 22nd AT cYBERPORT

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    mailmail is offline Registered User
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    Rani, we are in!

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    gklleong is offline Registered User
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    Hi Rani,
    If you go on Mar 21, we can join you. If Mar 26 Wed, we cannot join since we parents need to work.

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    spockey is offline Registered User
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    Hi Rani! Thanks for organising the trip to the strawberry farm but I'm back at work on Weds, 26th! Grrrr! Really short easter break this year!

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    cty is offline Registered User
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    dear rani,
    i've been to the tai tong lychee farm with ESF. it's really nice. besides strawberry picking, there is ostrich to see, bicycles to ride, and a bat cave (no bat there). but it could be crowded.
    i found the website for you. it is bilingual!
    also give u the no. here just in case.
    Tel: 2470 2201 
    Fax: 2470 3662 

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    sunniefaith is offline Registered User
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    Quote Originally Posted by rani View Post
    oops 21st is Good Friday. How about Wed 26th?
    Are you guys still going to the Strawberry farm on Wed? If you're, I'll come along. Let me know.

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    Strawberry picking sounds great! Love the taste of freshly picked strawberries. My son (almost 3) would really enjoy it I think. I think my 15 month old daughter would also enjoy the eating part.

    Can anyone translate the address and cost details from the website?! Or any ideas on how long it waould take to get there on the MTR from Tsim Sha Tsui? Hope to see you there.


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    Leeah's mom is offline Registered User
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    i have been there.

    I recently visited there with my daughter, it was a field trip from her playgroups.
    THe entrance fee was 20dollars.
    There's a stable, so you can see horses and touch them even give them carrots.
    There's a pony ride as well, but I think it's dangerous for toddlers.
    Each activity costs about 20~50 dollars.
    But at the entrance, if you buy the tickets, you can do certain things , so it's much cheaper than paying individually.But activities are limited if you buy the tickets.
    The ticket costs 40 dollars, and you can do 3 things.
    But you have to pay separately for some activities that includes strawberry picking
    You pay to get the basket ( I think it was 30~40 dollars, can't remeber exactly sorry) and then you can pick up strawberries as much as you like, after picking you measure the weight and pay for that amount. So you can enjoy strawberries at home.
    They say it's organic. it really tasted good.
    I have enclosed some pictures taken. Have a look. I hope everyone enjoys. It was really nice to take kids out.

    I had a trouble finding the place, so I got lost on the way. I thought it was almost there, but you have to go inside much further. Beaware of that.

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    Last edited by Leeah's mom; 03-10-2008 at 02:47 PM.

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