Caritas Oswald Cheung International House
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... 8212;and they all seem to be singing at once. The guide tells us that the Hong Kong apartments are so small that the only pet that will fit is a bird, hanging in a cage from the ceiling. It any event, for me the bird market is more interesting and just as colorful as the flower market which is next door. Back on the bus we drive thru the back streets of Hong Kong before arriving at the dock and the Nautica.
Back on board ...
... people sometimes helps! We had no idea where to get off and were relying on our barings and mine paid off after spotting the general post office which I knew was near the ferry port. I might be useless at reading a map but where it comes to landmarks, I am usually right. Colm deals with all of the maps and lefts and rights! Our big bus ticket included an hour boat ride around Victoria Harbour but we had missed the final time whilst on the central side of town so we ...
... were handed an audio guide and wandered around for a bit, snapping pics and of course some selfies! And then onto the downward journey...yes we're (w)recked already! It's 16.30 at the stage and with Bellies a rumbling it was time for some Chinese food. We headed to mong kok, the most densely populated area in the world, sure why not. We had steamed dumplings, spare ribs, noodles with shredded chicken and fish, the waitress was kinda crushing on des she scuried over with cutlery ...
... time for everything! During the flight I was seated next to a number of children, now you all know I am quite ok with being around children, however, these kids were kicking the set, bouncing around the plane and their parents were doing nothing to stop them. There were also two ladies who were seated two rows apart and were talking to one another over everyone else. * This is an actually thing, women in China tend to "squawk" as they talk to one another. The government ...
... so thought it safer to cut day short and go back to hotel to cool down and have a little rest.
Such a shame but perhaps all will sort its self soon and I can get back to exploring.
Right it's 6pm and I am sat in the Bali bar (that's the roof top bar at the hotel) having a drink (buy one get one free)! then find somewhere to eat!
Dinner and drinks less than £10 and it was great
Oh and I did 15467 steps. If you know me you will be ...