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With time to spare at the airport, a chance to reflect on the whole trip. Having expected the neighbouring countries to all share some similarities, I've been surprised at the differences between them. The Thai food will always be a highlight and was a welcome sight on return to Bangkok - the Lao people and pace of life while floating down the Mekong was unforgettable - the craziness of Vietnam and the scooter generation was something ...
... in front of our eyes. We could see Kowloon, the harbour in the distance and Hong Kong Island itself. Again, I could also see the HSBC building hovering in the skyline :-).
At 8pm, on a daily basis, there is a musical light show across Hong Kong's skyline. We made our way to Star Avenue (similar to the one in LA) on the Kowloon side to view this. The views were magical and the skyline looked completely different from how it appeared that morning at the Peak. ...
I've run out of clean clothes, save for the set that I'll change into before I get on the plane home, and I currently look like four year old Sadie Meyer dressed me on the day she first chose her own clothes - every time I pass by a mirror I cringe. So I bought a cheap I <3 HK tshirt, changed in a random alley and folded my shirt, leaving it on a stoop near the trash in case anyone wanted it because I don't want to even look at it anymore. ...
... now faith in the airline food. During the course of the flight she was continually rummaging in her bag for food, so I got my first into intro eastern food - dried tofu blocks, fried vegetables and loads of dried fish, they looked rarther like small ...
... tea to keep Jack Frost at bay. By the time we finish eating the sun is starting to set. We watch as Hong Kong starts to dress herself up for the night. One by one the lights come on and all of a sudden night is upon us and the city is alight. Spectacular by day and night.
So how to finish? Of course we catch the tram back down and make our way to the harbour front to watch the light show.
So ends another great day in Hong Kong ;). Goodnight all ...