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... to take cheesy photos with. The view is breath taking, in front of us is Victoria harbour and the sky scrapers we looked down at this morning are now across the water, standing tall and bright. Every evening at 8am there is a light and laser display. The sky scrapers light up in sync with music played on the promenade. Green lasers shoot from the top and rainbow colours twinkle and fall. It's not spectacular but it does let you sit back and take in the size of the harbour. Huge ...
... some hand cream, because you can literally never have enough, and some face products! YAY, it's amazing what items you get excited about when they aren't readily accessible to you! When I finally got back to my hostel, I was beat. I opted for bed, no packing, shower, figuring out tomorrow trip to the airport, or breakfast, I was done. I was up and on my way to the airport by 8 the next morning (Sunday), I had a flight at 11:45, but I had a ways to go, plus, Hong Kong is ...
... The weather however had a very different idea, and decided that extremely windy was the weather choice of the day, so I decided to walk along the coast to Fremantle instead. It was a beautiful walk. It took me ages as every five minutes I was stopping to take a photograph of the view. The water was crystal clear and there were these great rock clusters and sand dunes, as well as some fantastic sculptures. Did I mention it was a really long walk?! I eventually made ...
... about half an hour to finish the trail).
- exploring Hong Kong with Sepideh (another school friend and now travelling companion) and taking a ridiculous number of selfies everywhere we went... At the avenue of the (Chinese) stars, on the outdoor escalators up to the mid-levels, sitting on some random steps, on the very steep tram up to the peak of Hong Kong island... Anywhere really!