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... figured we should take the ferry back to Hong Kong Central. We got a little lost walking back to our hotel, and when we stopped to ask, everyone suggested we take the metro when we were only one stop away. There were many places where we couldn't cross the street at street level as there were catwalks the next block down. Eventually we found our way back to our hotel and crashed. ...
... after work wasn't exactly fun - we hustled the students out of the lessons at 7 p.m and straight away started putting makeup on these little kids turning up in full on Santa outfits. By 7:25 we were all downstairs with 38 kids and a whole host of parents ready to elbow each other in order to get the best photos.
I had the really fun task of MCing the event with my Cantonese speaking colleague, which meant I looked like an idiot while she spoke to me in Cantonese and ...
... from the airport. BOOKING.COM YOU GOT YOUR INFO WRONG!
By this time, blood pressure is rising, of course because we finally made it past our hanger, but now, what we call "Tired Eyes" is taking over. We don't want to see anymore people, be yelled at in a different language or even walk by this point. (I hate walking).
We grabbed a cab to Ovolo. The 18 km it said it was from the Hong ...
... of salespeople. Jo showed polite interest but we managed not to buy anything.
The final stop was the Stanley Market which is world famous for clothes, jewellery, Chinese handicrafts and curios. We had a good look round but did not buy anything (actually we didn’t have any money). Stanley Bay nearby is somewhat reminiscent of a seaside resort in the UK with typical English pubs but also Starbucks and MacDonald’s situated adjacent to each ...
Today we had a sleep in as we knew it was going to be a late night tonight,
The Star Ferry was our first stop for today. We headed down to Central Pier to catch the ferry. We stopped for breakfast at a bakery and ordered some BBQ pork buns and a pineapple bun and then with our tummies happy we continued to the ferry terminal.
We used our octopus card to get entry to the star ferry and were lucky enough to turn up right when a star ferry was boarding. We ...