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We lost Wednesday all together on the way back !! We gained a day on the way over though. A very very long flight. Fifteen hours and a quarter, and the cabin is kept dark all the time, so we didn't see daylight ! Slept a bit, and watched a couple of movies. Arrived Hong Kong early ....at 4.20am. Nobody much around in the airport terminal, so we found a table and ...
We had a leisurely morning over coffee and then met friends of Amy and Michael's for a delicious DimSum brunch. Michael kept ordering and the rest of us kept eating! Their friends are a Canadian couple who live in Bali. He works for a spa company and he is responsible for all spa services excluding the US market. He stays at luxury hotels and checks out if the spa services are up to the company's standards. Not a bad gig.
We then went to an affordable art show at ...
... a setting for a sci-fi movie. But it was real and of course it was also HUGE.
We got back to Lei who drove me to the airport for my flight to Beijing. All said, the day was as memorable as it was fantastic. I thanked Lei for all of her help and asked if the lecture was okay. She replied "This was like a Christmas to the students and to me". Wow.
I was then back in an airport with two hours to spare. Travel time again... I went up to check-in, and ...
... bearings but I seen a few things worth mentioning. - Hong Kong museum of history - Avenue of Stars - Symphony of Lights show - The Temple street night market - Kowloon Park - Local art displays The Hong Kong Museum of History was a fantastic insight into the Hong Kong culture and how it has changed and evolved over the years through the different dynasties and celebrations within the culture. Avenue of Stars is pretty much the Hollywood Walk of Fame but ...
... we boarded a tiny elevator to the 3rd floor, and emerged into a definitely "local" restaurant. We sampled several dishes, among them spring rolls, lemon chicken, noodles with chicken, spicy beef, and Hong Kong fried riced. I amazed myself that I was able to dine quite successfully with the chop-sticks provided, as did Ralph. Pam & Sue requested forks.... Dinner was really good, and the total came to only HK$ 650 - which in our money is around $60 - ...