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Dear Bev & friends,
I just arrived in Hong Kong! My flight on Cathay Pacific was unreal. I was definitely nervous about spending 15.5 hours on a plane crammed together with hundreds of other people. Thankfully, it all went smoothly! I watched 3.5 movies for free (I started 22 Jump Street too late) and ate 2 surprisingly yummy meals on board. The beef congee I had for breakfast was especially fun. I asked the Filipino man next to me what ...
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... down the mountain. We walked about
20 feet and ended up finding a taxi stand where the taxis all offered fair
prices. Luckily we did because it took about 15 minutes by cab to get down the
mountain. That would have been quite a long hike had we decided to walk all the
The next morning we started out the day with some morning
dim sum. I have to say, I’m not really a big fan of dim sum first thing in the
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