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This was a good week! Or, if I'm honest, it was a week of ups and downs. I am still struggling adapting to the Hong Kong life. It is just such an odd place!
This week was decent swell (okay not really but it was something and gotto work with what you have! Good learning waves! :D) so went surfing three times. It was cool, but very different without the smiley Bali instructors and group of people from the camp. I am now learning to catch my own waves (hard, but we're getting ...
I'm having a little walk down Memory Lane before tackling the real walk of this adventure, the Coast2Coast trek across England.
I arrived in Hong Kong to drizzle and it's been that way for much of the time so far. Good practice for dealing with the English weather?
Edmond, my friend from HKSDGPS, was kind enough to pick me up from the airport and take me to dinner at the ...
Morning all, we are safely arrived in Hong Kong and have just woken from an interesting first nights sleep (always a challenge, we are 8 hours ahead so it will take a couple of days to get used to). We had a good journey over here - thanks Becky, Heathrow T5 was fantastic, we'd forgotten how good it was. The added bonus was that BA decided to upgrade us to World Traveller Plus (aka Premium Economy), which was super for a 12 ...
... 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 ...
... out into the main shopping centre. Once we were there we met up with Robert and realised how many escalators there were. After we finished admiring how many escalators there were, we started our climb to the top. We passed a burger shop and a clothes shop. We passed lots of other shops before we got up to the top but most of them just had post cards and mementos. We kept going up until we reached the top, you had to buy tickets if you wanted to go on the roof but a man said ...