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... have an asthma attack. Good think I have my inhalers. I almost never have asthma problems now but 6 weeks in exhaust-filled Indonesia and 2 days in exhaust-filled Hong Kong are taking a toll on my lungs. By the time we got to the airport, I was fine but I was pretty worried that I might need to go to the hospital and miss our flight.
Instead, a few hours later we boarded our South African Airways midnight flight to Johannesburg.
... zucchini, topped with parmesan breadcrumbs.
A little roll and butter, plus a mini Weis mango icecream bar. Then I played language games on the screen.
The sights coming into Hong Kong were completely new to us. What an impressive place! You can never really get the hang of new places merely by looking at photos. You have to see the 3D of it – the pointy tree-clad mountains, the harbour, and the multitude of highrise residential buildings. ...
We drove to Phuket airport at 6:00am we left Phuket at 9:30am and got to Singapore airport 11:10 we stayed at Singapore airport for 16 hours. We went in to Singapore, watched a movie, played games, went shopping and ate diner in Singapore. When we boarded we fell a sleep for 4 hours and then we had breakfast at Hong Kong airport. We bucked in at a hotel called Dorsett, mum ...
... residence to walk around.
It took a while to get back to our place and it just started raining after tramming down from the peak. We ran to the MTR and headed back. It was still trickling some rain a bit, so we decided to eat at the isquare mall food court for dinner.
We were tired from all the heat and walking so we called it a night. Tonight’s going to be a good sleep!
-- Ryan L.
... village taking in the sights, sounds and smells of the village. Hopefully the photos will do it some justice, Pendevour there is one in particular you need to study. Now we need a hot drink, we find a small cafe offering home made cake and decide that is too good to pass by. The owner Alma is lovely telling us about life in Tai O and Hong Kong. We assumed that living on these beautiful quiet islands with sandy beaches would be the preserve of the wealthy. Not so. Here the rich ...