Caritas Oswald Cheung International House
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... then. It wasn't even too packed in the panda part so they must not think its as big a deal as I did haha We went all over the park seen all types of animals, more sharks, birds, reptiles and penguins. They were class too just how they walk and all. The rides where good too and seeing as we are chickens we couldn't believe we went on them all. One roller coaster goes over the side of the mountain so we wer screaming ...
... the alcohol, I didn’t use it!
Immigration had huge queues, but these moved quite quickly. All was going well until the hell that was baggage pick up. Eventually we had our 2 bags (no rucksacks, I’m obviously not cut out for travelling light despite grand ideas!) and walked over the covered walkway to the Regal Hotel where we are waiting for Tegz and staying the night. Check in there seemed to take forever too, but we were soon in our room ...
Here we are at Hong Kong at the Briscoe's staying at Number 10 Kennedy Heights road. Great view all over the cit. Lovely dinner at the China club, before heading out to the Tanzinia club for a drink. T and I headed home, whilst the boys stayed out. Andrew walked home by himself. The next day we caught the peak tram up to Hong Kong peak for a short hike for the great view! We drove down and saw the Briscoe's old ...
... into the South China Sea.
We are heading on an easterly course toward our next port of call Shanghai. That means we will be sailing on the East China Sea. Since we left Hong Kong we are having a lot of fog. E.g. last night and most of today the ships foghorn was super busy. The foghorns are a necessity because the China Sea has a lot of “traffic,” such as in freight ships.
By the way, in an earlier report ...
... It is now home to almost 8 million people. Hong Kong was ceded by Britain back to China in 1997 after some 160 years of possession. The British had received Hong Kong by treaty to end the Opium Wars in the mid-19th ...