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... The agent handed me my passport and went back to ignoring me. I figured that meant I had passed. When I headed out I was a little unclear of where to go and some taxi drivers told me to go outside to wait for my ride because that was where they would meet me. My instincts told me to smile and stay inside and look first but I figured maybe they knew something. What I found out was my instincts were correct and that there was somebody waiting for me inside. Until I figured this ...
... last week, our school held a grand dancing/ singing competition. All the students participated in one event or another and as usual, I was blown away by the spectacle. Again, I seem to always underestimate the talent some of these kids have, but when the bright lights turned on, some of the performances left me awestruck. Many of the kids can not only dance, but sing, and in English too.
All the students had costumes to match there performances. And what ...
... up until we came out at the top where there was a covered pergola area which had a magnificent almost 360 degree view, including out to the outer islands. So it was worthwhile after all.
We thought that perhaps this was part of the circuit we had lost so descended, on the opposite side to where we had come up, down a narrow shady track only to find ourselves back at a the same park area we had initially gone through when we had left the road. There ...
... to Hong Kong!
We hopped onto the shuttle train and twenty minutes later were in central Hong Kong, though it then took us a further twenty minutes to work out how to get out of the station! A quick stroll around The Mall to change up some dollars, and then we jumped into the nearest taxi to the fun markets in the lanes on Pottinger Street, which sells buttons, ribbons, badges and plastic masks of dubious taste (of course we tried them all on!)
... of myself!!!! and yes I'm little bit ashamed of that, but only a bit, and it doesn't bother me cos I'm freaking here and nothing possibly can bother me in here!!!!
Ok, thank you for listening, I expressed myself, so now I can write a bit ;)
Stanley is a beautiful place...as for my kind a bit too touristic but worth seeing, that's for sure.
It has a colorful market where you can buy from summer clothes( yayyyy), to some gifts up too great pieces of art painted ...