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It seems that all my worrying really did not matter because nobody seemed to notice. They are either really polite or I was not super stinky. I hope the latter was the truth.
We met at main and we all hopped into a van that whisked us off to Futian. It was a long and congested drive in traffic and we were all glad to be out of the car but I think I was the most glad because my seat was not comfortable in the least. It had a hard plastic feel and I ...
... after those big breakfasts served onboard. The ship is lovely, we spend the afternoon exploring the ship and meet up with Isabelle and Joe for dinner onboard.
We set sail at 11:00 at night. As we cruised slowly out of Victoria Harbor we see the last of Hong Kong, the harbor an amazing display of lights. I feel sad to be leaving Hong Kong, but very excited for what is ahead.
Once again we were up early and made our way to the church building where we spent some time in prayer together before heading grabbing a quick breakky and heading out to do the real work. Today we hit the local market place, a place alive with the hustle and bustle of People coming and going. We spent some time singing on the sidewalks, handing out fliers ...
... it well as there seemed to be a lot of rain on the floor when we got back above ground. The sky in general looked quite grey today so we were unsure whether it was the best day for it. We decided to go for it so we headed over to the cable car terminal.
The queue was massive and we thought that it would take us hours!! Luckily this was the queue to purchase tickets and we already had ours in our hands so we skipped that whole queue and just exchanged our ...
... way across a busy road where Lloyd almost got run over. The guide was a blind person and we had the opportunity to ask her questions afterwards. Lloyd was very amused in the cafe, as he kept moving Sherilyn’s coke. It was very different to anything we had done before and was certainly worth while.
That evening, we met up with Sherilyn’s Swiss Re colleagues at a Greek restaurant in Central. We even got a sneak preview of the latest developments ...