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... sofort nach 4 Wochen Asien auffällt: Keiner hupt. Während normalerweise in allen Städten fleißig gehupt wurde und der am lautesten Hupende fahren durfte, hält man sich hier einfach an die Verkehrsregeln.
Mit dem Bus fuhren wir vom Flughafen bis zu unserem Hostel. Das Hostel lag in einem riesigen Wohnkomplex mit mehreren Hostels und einem Haufen Wohnungen. Verwirrend, wir haben auch nach mehreren Nächten nicht durchschaut, wohin welcher Weg ...
"Some of it" she replied. "We knew what Santa was trying to teach you, and we knew why. We felt so proud that he thought you were worth this lesson."
"But weren't you scared" he asked "Suppose you had been hurt? Or I had been hurt?"
"A was scared a bit " she said " But Santa assured me that nothing would happen that couldn't be made right."
"And you knew it was really Santa" he asked
... the panda, as their areas were very small and the crowds loud and obnoxious. Anyways, Mitch actually survived the cliff side roller coaster ( very proud of him) and we had a fun few hours there. Pub crawl Friday night but before hand we had some drama booking train tickets. An online travel agency charges us $148 USD for two tickets which we paid on PayPal. Right after though they turned around and said sorry we actually need another $75usd please ...
... and I got a chance to power-tour Hong Kong.
We walked down towards the harbour, checked out the Peninsula hotel, went on the Star Ferry to the Hong Kong side, took a bus tour, went window shopping in the IFC tower where we saw possibly the biggest Apple store ever, and then headed back to Kowloon to do the night markets.
We got some good deals on things like headphones, posters ...
After our somewhat unusual included breakfast of fried egg, bread, jam and hotdog sausages with black coffee. It was time to have our complimentary foot massage. What a treat, it was very relaxing. With a couple of hours before we had to leave or the airport, we set off in search of a temple and produce market which should have been at the top of the street. After walking the main dirty road with no pavement for 20 mins we gave up and started to make our way back. ...