Citadines Hongkong Ashley
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... or its inhabitants Hong Kongers will never call themselves Chinese, they will never say they're from China and will always emphasize how different the territory is from China. In fact, they talk about the so-called "Mainlanders" with a rather degrading tone. I completely understand - I'm not very fond of them either. Or at least, I'm not very fond of the ones you run into in Hong Kong. Mostly they're entitled, rich Chinese who come here to spend a lot ...
Hi from Hong Kong!
I'm here for a brief connection to my flight back to San Francisco. I ended up extending my stay twice, this last time an extra 24 hours. I guess I just wasn't ready to return home.
On my flight from Hong Kong to SFO, I was greeted by a familiar face. As she was taking my dinner order, she asked me, "Didn't ...
... Hong Kong was extremely smoggy today. The views from the train were beautiful even through the smog. You could just see mountains and the sea. We then arrived at Hong Kong Station and took the free shuttle bus.
The free shuttle bus was a scary experience. The guy drove like a maniac driving right up the ***** of cars and taking off and stopping and turning like a bloody idiot. We were thrilled to get off the bus as it meant we were alive.
... a lot into one day! When we finally got up to the top of the tower on the peak, the views instantly made it all worth while. The Hong Kong skyline is stunning at night. Whilst the natural vistas of Mongolia and around the Great Wall had given us some of the best the natural world had to offer us, the lights of the Hong Kong skyline showcased the best city views I have ever seen. We spent quite a while just taking everything in, before descending the tower ...
... my head for a second or two. I actually quite enjoyed the scenario - it became the highlight of my day!
I was able to get wi-fi in the airport building and it was morning in England so I messaged my Mum. Whilst doing so, I put the sign in my mouth so that it would still be visible to Roseanna as she exited. My Mum and I had a brief conversation and when I looked up Roseanna had walked out of the doors and halfway down the arrivals lounge ...