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... evening, out of the bustle of Central Hong Kong. We had space and less stimulation. There wasn't the constant noise of the beeping of traffic lights or the diesel of buses and cars. It was very pleasant. Stanley is a town that the British had occupied since 1841. The restaurants were definitely English pub style. We bartered our way through Stanley Market picking up gifts for our kids and for us. I bought myself a simple silver necklace with a ring of jade on ...
... as us so ended up having to queue quite a while.
At the top was a big shopping mall and viewing area but we decided to follow all the keen photographers along a walk that went round the ridge of the peak. It was a good idea as it was nice and peaceful and away from all the hustle and bustle of the tourists. We got an amazing view over the Hong Kong island and Kowloon island and all the lights on the buildings. It was a good way to finish off the trip!!!
... seemed not to concern themselves with the visitors, but one or two had beautiful beaming smiles which were a joy to behold. I noticed one nun had 3 circles shaved into her already shaved head. I am sure that is symbolic of something, I have no idea what. Reluctantly we left the peace of this place and crossed the road to the Nan Lian Garden. We thought we had seen the best Hong Kong had to offer park wise, how wrong were we! ...
... arm and shouting - what a dumb ass. In my defence I was a little daze from having slept for about 5 hours in the 40 hours leading up to the event. Needless to say the driver drove off and didn't stop or turn back. Fortunately there were no valuables in the bag and it was mostly clothes and a few bits and bobs. The unfortunate thing was that I was flying out to Japan the next morning and the only clothes I had was what I ...
... in a Nepalese restaurant
- JELLO SYRINGES (shots shots shots shots shots....)
- Ladies night - free drinks and entry for ladies all night! Insane. Ring the bell and pay $500HK and everybody gets a shot from the barman walking on the bar!
- Met Sue Yin's friend Roderick ---all the way across the world! When I met him in Aberdeen! It was crazy.
Speak soon friends!