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... on numerous occasions. We bagged ourselves some "cheapcheap" clothes and escaped the hecticness of the market by diving into an all you can eat jobby. More hot pot, more dumplings.
We arrived far too late to get into the south stand at the start of the Saturday which was full by 9.00! Instead we forced down the jugs like they were warm sick in the north stand. However we soon sneaked in and attempted to watch some rugby but ...
... disembarking on the other side we decided to look for the old tram which ran from one side of the island to the other. This was easier said than done. In order to avoid crossing the various busy roads, we walked along covered aerial walkways which linked one large shopping mall with another and various businesses and we really were not sure whether we were going in the right direction or not. Eventually, having walked past many famous brand shops we spotted a tram on the ...
... not many people, but it appears to be really touristy and crowded. The beach is not very
beautiful but it's my first time seeing a chinese one so I won't say anything here. Amongst the many restaurants and street food, we find a small restaurant where I eat delicious qiezi with fish.The night has fallen when we get back to Central, and we're pretty tired.Nothing else
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Monday 18th of November
We awoke to a sunny day, with some scattered cloud. The view of the harbour from our room encouraged us to get up and prepare for breakfast in the lounge.
Many of our friends were on duty and made us feel welcome.
Following a substantial breakfast we took the lift down to the Pacific Place shopping centre, to have coffee at Cova.
It was such a nice day we decided to ...