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... 2010 with Karen, Carolyn and Rosie however when we got off the MTR and realised that there was a discount shopping centre with air conditioning well Buddha was put to one side. So this time I was determined to see him however he remained a mysterious figure in the mist ;-(
Just means that I'll have to come back to Hong Kong again to see him.! ...
... the significant cultural differences, even within the biggest cities, can be very hard to deal with. The pollution levels are also challenging, definitely as bad as they’re made out to be. Given its place in the modern world, it’s surprising to realise that foreign tourists in China are still an utterly insignificant minority – travel to see the Forbidden City, for example, and you’ll be outnumbered probably 1000:1 (possibly higher) by ...
... of choices even for vegetarians. The sake here is actually pretty good, I prefer cold sake and they have lots of different types to choose from.
My flight was with Virgin Atlantic at 10 pm and I put my luggage and checked in at Hong Kong Express station in the morning and I went straight to the Airport in the evening after sightseeing. I was very pleased with this system in Hong Kong; I wish we had this system here in London. Yeah I am going home now ...
... I had to make this trip as a pilgrimage for my Chinese
and Portuguese ancestry.
We were staying overnight in
Hong Kong and that left us plenty of time to explore the small,
special Administrative region, (SAR), of China. On our first day, I
chose to visit Lantau island. For US$15 it took us 55 minutes on a
route to the Ngong Ping 360 to Lantau island. Together with friends
Karen and Morris, we discovered ...
... reason, I was minding my own business walking along a street when a lady grabbed me and said "si ere" and I ended up sitting on a reclining chair on the pavement with a heat pad behind my back, neck and leg, containing rotating vibrating metal balls the size of golf balls! It was really painful but she was smiling and saying "gu eh? Gu fo pain". Bloomin right, it really hurt but I didn't want to upset her so I smiled between gritted teeth. I had drawn ...
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