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... 160;definitely worth the wait and even Alison enjoyed it - sort of. We managed a quick noodles & rice lunch (at the Zen Noodle Cafe) and then walked up to see the Po Lin Monastery and Big Buddha, built in 1993. Well, when we say walked up ... walked up to the bottom of the long staircase up to the Buddha itself. We didn't manage to get an up close and personal look at it as the 35 degree heat was not giving us ...
... just looked) and then explored the Heritage Trail and the Museum of. Modern Art, the Space Centre and the harbour foreshore. Mac scored his best photo bomb yet and managed to get himself invited to be part of a wedding photoshoot. It was a crowd stopper ...literally....as people stopped to try and work out the connection between the very Asian couple and the white foreigner with a big nose. Mac has acknowledged that "his work in Asia ...
met lots of girls at the hostel and all of them have been doing shopping here.
Apparently things are much cheaper. I knew that was the case for electronics
and even before I got here I was planning to get a new camera. One of those
fancy waterproof and shockproof compact. I had done a little bit of research
beforehand but not so much. So I had to go to few shop to compare offers. Well
it was kind of easy to ...
... every product seemed to be sold in a designated part of the city. We went north onto Hollywood Road and stopped in the park for a drink. There was a great pond with koi carp and terrapins. We met a guy who had just moved out from the UK two months previously, who was on his lunch break. Apparently, he came to feed the fish everyday on his lunch break. At this point, we realised that the camera was about to run out of battery, so took a detour back to ...
Setting off of my adventures, woohoo!!! Adventures started from today! It was a fantastic start that everything went really well. Setting off from Taipei! Soon after I reached the arrival point at the HK airport around lunch time, my dear Swiss friend, Thomas, was there to pick me up. The express tram to city centre was really fast, new and comfortable. After dropping off my stuff at Thomas’ modern flat on the 50th floor ...