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... That’s how sad we are. Had a great brekkie and then settled down on the (cushioned!) seats (a far cry from the waiting rooms in Kathmandu) and were all asleep in minutes.
About 4 hrs later we surfaced ready to face Hong Kong, and were shepherded to the taxi rank. 3 different colours of taxi depending on where you want to go - we’re red for Hong Kong Island. 3 people to organise the taxi rank and forms given to us re monitoring the taxis to make sure we ...
... us. It was in a rectangular container & we had to first add the meat, vegetables & spices to the rice in a tray. Then we added a liquid to a pad in the bottom of the container, put the tray of food in the top of the container & put the lid back on the container. After about a minute there was steam coming from the top of the container & we left it cooking for about 15 minutes. I have no idea what chemicals they use to cause this reaction, but we ...
... address was at Causeway Bay.
In the journey, I just realized that the bus did not go directly to Causeway Bay. It made a lot of stops, so I was not sure when I should alight. Back before I took the bus, I was using the free Wi-Fi at the MTR station to browse the map from Kowloon to Causeway Bay. Hence, I could see the map on my phone offline in the bus but could not pinpoint my exact location. Eventually, by just trusting my sense of direction and luck, ...
... br> one. It goes around and around like a snake and seems like it's got no
end at all. But we bravely find the end, where a sign clearly states
'2hours waiting from here' and , well, start waiting. At first it seems
to be going rather fast and we even think we might wait less than 2hours
after all, but the closer we get to the ticket booth, the slower it
goes... My bag is killing my back and my legs are hurting from ...
... we were rushed through with nothing to worry about. We were greeted by a cute little Asian man with a sign "Mr Dedes" (Rachel felt left out) who showed us to our coach. Let's just say Nick now knows Rachel wasn't exaggerating and now has seen first hand why there are bad drivers in sunny bank. The construction going on here is incredible. Safety here is also a concern, Bamboo 'scaffolding' for instance. ...