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Our last full day in Hong Kong was sunny and hot, with a nice breeze coming off the water from time to time. Richard, Jin and I visited Lantau Island to take the cable cars and see the Big Buddha statue. As with almost everything in HK, transportation here is a snap - one of the main subway lines will take you just a few steps from the entrance to the ...
We have a new rule. Contrary to all these other ramblings this bit of info may actually be of some help to you. While transferring from the West rail line to the Island rail line Lina boarded the train while the door chime was rapidly beating. I was unfortunately two steps behind her and the metro doors slammed shut and whisked the train and Lina away at what seemed to be a million miles an ...
So as much as I love this program. OK that was a Lie I really like this program I'm in right now, I just think that it could absolutely be better in so many ways. But I found a program that I Have been Intensely been thinking about for the last couple days. I think it would be so much fun. I cant get it off my mind.
So this program is called WWOOF. Its World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms.
Doesn't that just sound amazing. ...
... lunch moved on to see the Buddha. 250 steps up a tiring hill we got to the Big Buddha which though fairly recent (inaugurated in 1993) is truly spectacular. After seeing the Buddha and the parts of the Po Lin Monastery not being redeveloped (business is clearly good for these monks) we headed back for Kowloon and the Ladies market. True to its name, Mrs C swung into action, beating the ...
... have any vacancy. Taxis are virtually impossible to get without standing in a 45 minute wait line. Not speaking the language. Not having a cell phone. No internet unless you creep in a hotel lobby to steal their wifi. No vacancy anywhere unless you're willing to spend an obscene amount of money Anyway, fours hours of wandering around two different islands, Macau and Taipa, we finally stayed at the Holiday Inn in Taipa (apparently the nicest and biggest Holiday Inn in the world). ...