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... back for some me time. It is kind of a crack up really. I had seen some of this at Walmart, the kids playing with all the toys and the people that work out with the work out machines, but this was an entirely different level of trying out the merch. I have never been so glad to have went to something so familiar and find there are unique aspects to it in a different part of the world. After our fun and shopping we headed home by taxi and we felt like we had ...
... to refine out tea palates.
By this time, we were worn out! If we had been wearing a fit bit, I'm sure we would have logged 10,000 steps several times over. Back to the hotel for us, where we showered and fell asleep about about 7:30. We have not yet completely conquered jet lag (although I do think it's easier to fly east-west than vice versa).
Off tomorrow to Siem Reap, Cambodia on Vietnam Airlines via Hanoi. ...
... for the next 50 years and retain their own free market economy. There is fierce political debate and social discontent because ,I think, the Chinese government is reneging on the deal - hence the student protests which we saw whilst we stayed. Hong Kong has an amazing history the more I’ve looked into it. In fact we did walk through the camps of the protestors, but whilst we were there we didn’t see any trouble at all. It seems to me the protestors are the ones who ...
... on hop-off bus pass which gave us access to the Peak tram - a steep cable car which was very impressive and afforded wonderful views of the Island and across to the Mainland.
Those who like history will not be disappointed in Hong Kong - it is full of it. Our first excursion after the tram was out to Repulse Bay and Stanley - very beautiful areas with nice beaches and of course exclusive real estate. In fact much of Hong Kong is undeveloped ...
... in the afternoon then took the Star Ferry from Wan Chai to Kowloon. Sat at a Starbucks right on the end of the pier just watching the lights of HK Island come to life. Very pretty in a strange way.
Right now when I write this we are sitting at HK airport waiting for our flight - not long now and we are in the land of the Italiano's.... can't wait to see the boys.