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... we boarded a ferry to Macau, which took about 1 hour. When we got there, we took a shuttle bus to the Venetian, where we tried unsuccessfully to get into the casino and ate dinner at a Brazilian steakhouse. We ate 15 different types of meats there, and by the time we were done, we could barely stand up. Once we decided there was nothing left to do in the Venetian, we went back to the ferry terminal and took a ferry back to Hong Kong. Once we got back, we ...
... from the company would meet us and take over her role for the last day. (He was also trusted to take any gifts/tips and get them back to her). It wasn't the same though.
It's kind of funny that it was so sad that Leah couldn't come to Hong Kong with us, given that we were all aware that the tour would end and we'd probably never see her again anyway less than 24 hours later. I think it was just the fact that it was so unexpected and we ...
... 5.00 pm and time to check out and leave.
As we were driven to the airport, the skies darkened and by the time we reached the airport it was raining heavily.
We had been very fortunate to have had no rain until the evening of our departure.
Check in at Qantas was quick, and we soon cleared security and immigration.
Our flight departed on time and bade farewell to Hong Kong - again ...
... and across Lantau Island. We had panoramic views of Tung Chung Bay, the Hong Kong International Airport, Ngong Ping Plateau, South China Sea and the Tian Tan Big Buddha. When we reached the end of the ride we arrived in a culturally themed village called Ngong Ping Village. We browsed through the markets and shops and climbed the many stairs to the Big Buddha. There were several monks climbing the stairs, chanting and praying on their way. I so wanted to take ...
It had been a very long day, but it was eventually time to board. What a relief to get settled in on the plane. I was finally on my way.
So many thoughts and questions occurred to me: what is China going to be like?, will it be hard to get through customs?, how will I do at teaching?, how many roommates will I have?, will they be nice or scary?, what are the showers going to be like?, will I be able to get the shampoo out of my hair?, etc., etc.