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... bus had finished running by this time and so we took the free shuttle bus back to the ferry terminal.
Through all the immigration stuff again, and an nour later we were back in hong kong, just in time to see the china national day fireworks on Victoria harbour.
A short stroll along the waterfront and around the Dr Sun Yat Sen park, and we were back at the butterfly, absolutely buggered, a big, bit fantastic day!
... have noticed that the blog today comes unedited from MG as I am suffering from lazyitis and enjoying a lie in (until 8 o'clock!)The only really interesting bit missed out was when Apple Inc remembered that the clocks went forward 1 hour in the UK overnight. The result being that my alarms automatically went off at 2.45am instead of 3.45am. Every second counts at that time of day. ...
... hill. Not one of Kens favourite pastimes, but I really wanted to go so off we went for a two hour walk up this mighty big hill. Such a brilliant view of all of Hong Kong and a great way to get rid of any energy we may have had after having two hours sleep. I love Hong Kong.
But then the wheels fell off and we went and had a burger each for lunch a couple of lime sodas and back to the metropark for a snooze. Three hours later we emerged ...
I woke up this morning raring to go, but Terry was bushed and bleary. He is really feeling the heat, even with the air conditioner on. We went for a short walk before lunch, but it was too hot for me to window shop even. We are staying on Queen's Road, Central, on Hong Kong Island, very busy and exciting. Terry felt a bit better after an afternoon sleep.
The flat downstairs is being renovated, so it is covered in bamboo scaffolding. The builder has ...
... Chinese people I meet self-centered when they tell me China's powerful and is on the world stage? No, I should call them realistic, because without China, the world would be screwed. It's fact, not opinion. So sorry, world, for understanding that my home country is important when it comes to global stability. I also do genuinely apologize for the misinformed tourists or hippies that tour your countries, though, looking for odd spiritual development because you're a ...