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... me obv it didn't work, then I had to make up that I accidentally gave him the wrong number and he has my right number, but I got away!! The day is October 29th and I have made my way from Central to discovery bay via a ferry for 40 HKD which is about 4 quid got to the beach only to find that I needed the toilet so bad I had to run to make it! Luckily I succeeded! The beaches here are pristine and empty sandy beaches so I have enjoyed today! Back to mainline and ...
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We arrived from HCMC around midnight and negotiating the trains was straightforward on our way to The Mira Hotel in Tsam Shi Tsui, Kowloon. We had great views over Kowloon Park towards the harbour, the park is a bit of an oasis amongst the tightly packed buildings. On our first day we had a rest day, planning the days ahead and enjoying a few glasses of wine at the hotel's club lounge, taking a break from restaurant meals - after 6 weeks on the road it was ...
... We enjoyed an early dinner tonight at the Ariva...a charming selection of delectable Chinese tasting dishes...yum yum. We were keen to finish up the day and have a good night's sleep ready for a big day with Howard (our appointed friendly China Guide) tomorrow.
Friday's pedometer reading: 12 602
Saturday's pedometer reading: 12 384
Temperature Beijing: 15 C
Dinner: Chinese taster plates ARIVA
... Boat named Moksha (Moksha in Sanskrit means Liberation) was built in 1993 and converted into a houseboat three years ago. It was to be the highlight of our stay in Hong Kong. The docked junk boats are only accessible by water taxis on sampan boats, a smaller ancient Chinese boat. The boat itself lived up to the high expectations, but the living experience did not.
We were informed a day ...