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I was officially done with the week when I woke on Friday morning. Unfortunately the week was not officially done with me. By the end of the school day I was ready for a drink or two. I decided to go on the bus to the Main campus instead of the one to Walmart. My friend Kai and I wanted to get some totally legitimate movies from the guy who sells the totally completely legitimate movies by our school. I picked out John Wick, True Detective season 1 and 2, as well as ...
... tower of guesthouses north of the city. We calculated probably 200 guesthouses over 17 floors. The ground floor of the 'mansions' feels like stepping into new Delhi. Outside dozens of very polite Indian men offer you wrist watches ('Rolex'), tailored suits, accommodation and hash. It seems intimidating at first but they're all actually really nice and aren't too pushy. One of the guys even helped to direct us to our hostel. Inside ...
... off Temple Street which didn't have any English speakers and very limited translation on the menu.
When in a foreign city like anywhere you can tell the best food places by the queues or popularity with local people. This was definitely a popular venue for locals, we were the only westerners and only couple. All other parties were at least 4/5 people so we really stood out. It was a large room with easily 100 people eating and talking so it was quite a ...
... I sit and have my breakfast whilst the monkeys watch and jump around, little did I realise just how loud they screech when fighting with each other, reminded me of the noise my sister made during Carpenter Grove tantrums (sorry Lorna). Another first for me was trying calming Green Tea, possibly the worst tasting experience I'm yet to have, horrific. As I have hours to go before my flight I sit and watch the monkeys play whilst reading about my next destination, Australia here I ...
A $3 taxi ride took us down to the waterfront where we checked out the Avenue of Stars and the Promonade, then to Kowloon Park, adjacent to the busy Nathan Road. This park is a haven in the middle of the chaotic streets and on a Sunday many locals take advantage of the parks and gardens as a ...