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... hosts in the morning, we mostly chilled all day. We did manage to get out for a hike up the mountain overlooking the neighborhood. It had some great views and serenity given the madness it overlooks. Julie even found a lonely hula hoop and amazed the locals with some tricks! Yes, quite random.
That evening we headed to the airport to dive deeper into the Asian landscape, and visit an old favorite of mine, Bali.
Here comes the sun, doo dooo doo do
... and then to the Anglican church again, because I didn't see inside last night. I had a good laugh because Ranald and Nick wouldn't leave the church without finishing the labyrinth or stopping for a cup of tea (preferably with a scone, but they didn't have any).
From there, we went to the government house, the place from where England used to control Hong Kong and now I suppose Hong Kong controls itself there.
Then, we went to ...
... gun and defeat the enemy Zurg. You control the spin of your cart too so its pretty fun. Your score gets shown on screens in front of you and I was disappointed as Anthony won.
Anthony loved this ride and asked if we could go again, so around we went and went on it again. There was no wait time which was unbelievable. It was time to head back to Space mountain. Space Mountain is a in the dark indoor roller coaster which is meant to simulate a voyage ...
Hong Kong is part of a Provence belonging to China. It was originally founded by fisherman in the early 1900's after they found shelter here during a storm. After they brought their families to live on the island and the population became only 20,000 people. They named it Hong Kong because the literal Cantonese translation is Fragrant Island. Oh and it is fragrant alright. However, when I think of fragrance, ...
... By the way how does it make sense that when you get off an international flight and are just transiting directly to another flight they make you go through another security check point including the metal detector etc. and by the way France is the only airport where you are forced to take all of your camera equipment out of the bag and have it scanned separately, completely bazaar. Just as a side note security screening at Sydney airport do not require ...