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... br> Once at the event room things became even more fun. Almost the entire team had some form of costume and all looked amazing. We took a lot of time snapping pictures and I was laughing as some really tried to act their part too. The acting for my role came easily.
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... it as being, well unpleasant, and has actually advised any Chinese person (women) to not do this when traveling to foreign countries. Crazy right! Any way, on top of this "squawking" the lady behind me was yelling at me in Chinese because I had my seat tilled back, I was trying to get a bit of sleep. She apparently though this was unacceptable and as a result of ignoring her ridiculous request, she started to pinch the back of my arm. Yup, that happened. Now I am not saying ...
... tower of guesthouses north of the city. We calculated probably 200 guesthouses over 17 floors. The ground floor of the 'mansions' feels like stepping into new Delhi. Outside dozens of very polite Indian men offer you wrist watches ('Rolex'), tailored suits, accommodation and hash. It seems intimidating at first but they're all actually really nice and aren't too pushy. One of the guys even helped to direct us to our hostel. Inside ...
... had left my backpack in the room. Darn, just what I needed to do on this muggy, hot morning, but it contained water and my snacks and necessary ID papers. So while Barbara enjoyed a picture taking stroll along the promenade, I returned.
On my return, I decided to conserve my energy and take the public “lift” to ground level. During their 99 years as the government in Kowloon and Hong Kong, the British left a wonderful ...
... process on arrival as we were swiftly waved through. Transition to the hotel was also very seamless with the super efficient Airport Express train to HK Island followed by the hotel shuttle. The kids were pretty blown away with the bright neon lights and sky scrapers. We finally arrived at L'Hotel Island South at 11pm local time (3am NZ time) all fairly exhausted. This morning we jumped on the local bus 973 and headed to Tsim Sha Tsui to look ...