Bridal Tea House Hotel (Aberdeen)
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... in our place taking care of the cats while we're away. Ella knew something was up because of the suitcases. She always hides when visitors come but she came out when before we left so we know she'll be ok with Ni while we're away. Our friend and neighbour Myron drove us to the airport - thanks Myron! And it is his birthday today too. His wife and our friend Tula will pick us up. ...
... resort to turning underwear inside out! So we headed down to collect our laundry before breakfast, one problem was that the man wasn't there! The shop was open, the ginger cat was there but no one who could help us. After waiting 10 minutes or so we decided maybe we should have breakfast and come back. The breakfast was buffet style and cost HK$108 (£8.10) for the two of us and was very good quality and as we are still taking our malaria tablets it is a must!
After breakfast ...
... much Mumford & Sons-like music in the soundtrack. But not a total ****.
We met a pal to watch The Wind Rises, the last (?) film from the Japanese filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki. The story was lacking, like any story involving specifics about planes (or boats or cars, for that matter), but the animation was beautiful--far better than any of the soulless computer-animated stuff that has gained so much popularity in the past fifteen years. Plus, the plane ...
After an 11.5 hour journey on Virgin Atlantic with tiny leg room, a numb bum and a little bit of sleep, we arrived at 5.15pm on Wednesday, we seemed to have lost the day from flying,so we bought some more train tickets and headed into Mong Kok. The train went to Kowloon then we were transferred to a bus for hotel shuttle. The crazy bus driver, omg... You wouldn't want a weak heart, he was crazy, dodging in and out, taxis, buses and people. But we made it to our hotel, the Royal ...
... as they fly over the park. Reading a sign we discover they are not native, but have escaped and are very successful, a bit too much so apparently they are considered to be a pest. Hey ho.
Twilight is now descending and we make our way back through the centre of town toward the harbour. We sit and watch the world go by, both on land and sea. All of a sudden it is dark and the city is dressed for the night.
We head back to the hotel and so goodnight ...