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Due to technical problems our flight was delayed for 17 hours as they had to get a plane over from Hong Kong. They put us up in a hotel for the day and had to go through checki in, passport control and security for a second time. So we lost one day in Hong Kong and finally left Melbourne at 2.30 yesterday morning. But arrived safe and sound but exhausted due to a few days of limited sleeping. Hong Kong is a mix of the old and new and space is ...
... m making a comparison by drawing from my firsthand experiences. Deal with it.
Efficiency in the U.S. is awesome
This is a situation that drastically changes depending on what you're discussing. The judicial system in the U.S.? Has to be one of the least efficient in the world. But for the most part, businesses and services are relatively reliable, dependent, and quick.
This is not the case in China. In my experience, this can be applied to lots ...
... transfer lines. After that it was a quick walk over to the Ngong Ping 360 aerial tramway. This would be our main event of the day.
We headed back to the hotel, packed up, checked out and stored our luggage with the concierge. We then headed over to the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, which would take us on a 3.5 mile, 25 minute journey up into the hilly, wooded beauty of Lantau Island. We decided to spend a bit more and ride in one of the ...
... Taipo and Elina, a Finnish couple we had met previously who may have made a huge mistake when they flippantly invited us to pay them a visit in the future! Watch this space...... With five days remaining before flying to Hong Kong, we took the opportunity to relax and make the most of staying in our upmarket but bargain hotel (the one with the contender for the world's biggest bed). That said, over the course of the five days we met Mark and Stefan for dinner one ...
... foreigner, and I'm entering a part of her country that she can't. Hong Kong, though officially a part of China, is a separate district and Chinese citizens need a passport to go considering all of its political freedoms and other such ideological differences. Having to say a second goodbye to Demon was something I wasn't looking forward to, and she did her best to delay the inevitable. I pushed myself to the line, knowing that if I waited it'd only be harder to say bye to ...
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