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... convenience store overkill. 7-Elevens have become one of my favourite places in Hong Kong. You can get anything from breakfast, pantyhose, phone credit and a cheap drink. It's not just convenience stores that are everywhere - restaurants are abound too! With one restaurant for every 600 people, Hong Kong surely boasts one of the highest per-capita concentrations of cafes and restaurants in the world. It also makes Hong Kong the worst place to ...
... life crisis...Oceania, well mostly Australia. But before I talk about my first week in Ozzieland I might as well update you on my brief (although this blog won’t be brief) stop over in Hong Kong.
So Hong Kong...as an introduction to my first ever time in Asia. Not bad! So I left Heathrow on the new BA 360 Bus (that double decker plane thing forgot what it’s called). The flight was just under 12 hours and tiring because I was ...
Pui o and cheung sha beach/ Footie Went to Pui o beach at first today, we didn't last long there because of the thousands of crabs that where over there. So we moved on to Cheung Sha beach which is slightly further away but is much nicer. We then went down to the JK to watch the footie which was on until about 2am. Arsenal 2-2 Man City. Not a bad result. Spurs 2-2 Sunderland. ...
It's been a really busy Summer here; learning centres get all the kids on holiday from school, even the ones who are doing summer school courses at their actual schools. It's been exhausting but a nice break from the past year to have some different kids and courses. The weather has been super hot and pretty sunny too. So here are some things we did in the past six weeks:
We walked High Junk Peak trail again. This was nice although we ...
... that time we didn't find it.
Confused, we were full, exhausted, and developing blisters. We headed back to the room, me limping the last 300 yards (essentially the whole distance), before crashing into a deep, deep sleep.
Saturday started with a pretty average american breakfast at a restaurant next to our hostel. The morning was mostly about burning time and not getting too full before our Foodie Tour. I literally can't recommend this tour enough. ...