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... was 20 hours and most of the time I was actually sleeping. There were 6 beds in each 'room'. Bottom, middle and upper. Sometimes someone would go around with food and drinks while shouting. At night they turned of the light around 10pm. It was a really nice trip and I felt really safe, I don't mind travelling like this again :) Oh and later, before we arrived in Huangshan, they gave me the ticket back and I returned the ...
8. Internet is terrible in every hotel in China. It is sooo slow. Note to never complain about DSL again.
9. You cannot drink the tap water so add money to the budget for lots of bottled water and train yourself to not rinse your toothbrush under the faucet water (it is harder than you think).
10. You may not be just getting stares because you look different, but rather your laissez-faire ...
This morning was a little different than the first couple. Firstly I stayed in bed until 11am, think the lack of sleep finally caught up with me, so that ruled out Macau, wasn't too fussed as the only thing to see is where Hong Kong residents are allowed to gamble, as a bad loser that was no loss to me. I decide to relax, read about Australia, it is tomorrow after all, then make my way way to lunch. After looking at restaurant reviews it seems One Dim Sum is clearly ...
And the rain continues.
Finally arriving at the Peak Tram terminus, we encountered our first Asian queue crush. Elbowed and kneed our way onto the tram for the spectacular ascent up to the Peak. People actually live and work up here. Walked around the base area before ascending many escalators to reach the top viewing platform. Fortunately the rain had eased but despite being overcast, the view was spectacular.
By the time we ...
... there's an international desk for flights to Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. And a whole separate desk for people flying with China Eastern. Ended up queuing for China Eastern to be told to go to the international desk. We got there in the end and yet again the Chinese were pushing and shoving and queuing right up your ass. Hoping Hong Kong will have more manners but it could be wishful thinking. At least we got ...