Golden Island Guesthouse
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... the roads, often riding the wrong way along the road or on pavements. In Hong Kong, there were hardly any motorbikes, and people did not cross the road unless the traffic signals told them to. Perhaps this is symbolic of what "progress" brings - more reliance on the "system" to make decisions for you rather than taking control of your own life. There is clearly much more to explore along these lines, but it would be accurate to say that as countries ...
... I quickly got annoyed of dodging the local shoppers that would walk directly towards you, and cut you off. We decided to retreat to a restaurant, owned by an Aussie, serving Portuguese food, instead of dealing with anymore crowds. One bottle of wine later, we headed back to the ferry and set the pace for a great night out in Hong Kong. Ben and Chris took us to a quaint local bar and we soaked in the atmosphere and enjoyed one of our last nights in the city.
... was nice and £6 for both of us including the fried eggs and stale bread was a bargain.
We had arranged for the reception man's mate, who had a car, to take us to the airport. It was more expensive that the 15p bus, (that would take nearly two hours) but nearly half price of the taxi service advised in LP!
As we threw our bags in the taxi a last purchase of vodka hanoi could not be ignored at £2.40. We dashed to the lady opposite and bought ...
After celebrating New Year's in Bangkok, our Kenya Airways flight brought us safely to Hong Kong where on the evening of the 1st day of 2015, we made our way from the airport into the city. Driving there we passed Hong Kong’s huge port and caught a glimpse of the city’s vertical skyline. In this city, I was fortunate to be hosted by one of my Babson tennis teammate, Saif, and took taxi through the mountain to get to his home.
... All reasons why we love Asia. It's all there in buck loads.
Craig, a kiwi who lives in Aussie and works in China, advised us to spend a day in Aberdeen and Stanley Market on the southern side of the island. Good advice. Next time we will take our togs and stop off at ,,,,,,,,,, Beach for a swim.
Aberdeen had the best seafood market I have seen. Massive, with boats and trucks continually arriving packed with every edible seafood imaginable. Love it!