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... frustrating because everyone is in no hurry at all to get anywhere and they're walking MAYBE half a mile an hour which can be very frustrating. I like to use that to remind myself that its good to slow down and enjoy the journey but it's also nice to be here in Hong Kong where people have places to go and don't mind getting there. More of that British influence for you I suppose.
I walked from the Nam Cheong station to my hostel - ...
I was the taken to a dim sum restaurant for lunch on my last day. Sorry no pictures, but I promise that the food was heavenly.
I was very sad to be leaving Hong Kong. Here are a few snaps of the island.
And this is my team.
Happy times, and I will definitely be back
... White shadow...... We drive past some slums The slum dwellers have been here longer than the freeway, and they don't want to move into the free housing projects that the government have set up for them. Taxi driver has many political views. He gets me started. He says that thai law was based largely on English law. He's very....partisan?....might be the right word. Patriotic maybe. Xenophobic?....possibly bordering on the racist maybe..... He has a lot to ...
... which only have menus in heiroglyph we stand outside a place looking touristy until they offer us an English menu, for which we are eternally grateful....until we realise it's a dimsum place and thats not what we wanted. Still, we press on, spend £3 to eat between us, and whoever had "1:15 seconds til we needed a fork instead of chopsticks", is now laughing even harder than everyone else that was watching us Cleaner had a left a vindaloo roll in our room. Very funny And ...
... we’d be using public transportation in Hong Kong over the next 4 days. Three subway lines and 45 minutes later and we were at Hong Kong Disneyland in time for a 10am opening!
Mike knew ahead of time that the Chinese culture couldn’t be farther down the spectrum of manners than the Japanese culture. We got our first taste while in "line" to enter the park. They simply don’t honor lines, organization, or personal space. All ...