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... Philipines all together (shame of the airplane tickets, but would rather loose the money than spend a week in the rain) and just live it up in HK. There's plenty of stuff to do here, beaches, hikes, monasteries, city life, parties.. Should be fun! Oh and yesterday was halloween of course. I didn't really prepare a costume or anything, but a friend had some spare and put me in a great gatsby outfit including awesome dress, heels and feather headband. ...
... we are staying for the first 6 nights, the rooms are compact, but everything is well appointed and clean, no complaints. Oh and the view is pretty good too.
We all settled in and had a few hours rest and a shower before heading to central to fi d the bop on hop off bus.
To do this we had to buy ourselves an octopus card each, like a prepaid public transport card.we then caught the mtr into central, emerged from ...
... the fishermen, the little hidden beaches and marveling at the enormous bridges and motorways of this area.
We have just braved the public holiday hordes and been out to pick up some cheese and biccies for tomorrow night's get together here with some more of our friends. It was bedlam! I'm not used to the sheer numbers of people any more.
Safely home again in Leanne's cosy little flat in Discovery Park now, both fiddling with our iPads. ...
... food on the way, and a small stall selling cold drinks tempted us...chocolate milk caught my eye! Description had 'strong' in brackets, even better! So here we are, back at the hostel. It's nearly midnight and I'm ready to hit the hay once again before our final day tomorrow. We have to check out at 11am but our flight isn't until 9.30pm, so we are leaving our bags in reception, and hoping someone will be in our room to let us back in for a ...
... you (they stop SO close!) or the trees and rocks overhanging the road!
The kids were intrigued by all the trinkets, the brand-name clothing (some of it ridiculously cheap!), the fashion, accessories, and miscellany. After explaining some of the basic intricacies of bargaining, we showed the kids how to save 30-50% on our purchases. We all got a kick out of it. We grabbed ...