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... were waiting for us, along with warm welcomes from our new administrators. Even though the flight was beautifully smooth, and everything went off without a hitch, 20 hours of travel will wear you down. Naturally, the first thing we needed to do in China was EAT NOODLES. Shep was entirely too exhausted to do anything, and ...
Now we've left China behind, I think that it's reflection time. Our favourite place, we both agree, Is the first place that we saw the sea. So our number one is Hong Kong, Just unfortunate we weren't there long. The place in which we weren't so keen, Despite all the lights and hotels to be seen. Would have to be Macau I'm sad to say, There just wasn't a lot to do night or day. It was ...
... unsurprisingly we didn't recognise a single name so enjoyed the walk and headed down to the train station for the next stop.
Whilst we checked the map we noticed a large advertisement for a Batman exhibition in Causeway Bay (where forever21 is) to celebrate 75 years of the comic book. Andy found it ***********tain his excitement so we had to pop in to see what it was about. The train station came straight up into the main floor of the shopping mall. There was an Adam West style ...
... was limited. Straight away we were upgraded to a triple room, as the double we had booked, ‘would not be big enough’. That was fortunate. Even the triple room we were given was tiny. Right at the end of the double bed was the shower. Not separated by a bathroom wall, but just by the shower glass. In fact, there were no bathroom walls, just a layer of glass with a shower curtain to give you some privacy. Even after 6 months of travelling through Asia, ...
... some of the walkways, where there was space away from the main haunts of the shoppers was, what can only be described as a large scale picnic. Now we are not talking about a bought sandwich eaten in a quiet corner. We are talking proper cooked food, several courses with waterproof sheets, blankets and cushions to sit on. Giant bottles of wine, tinsel, Santa glasses and hats and a great deal of merrymaking. And it was an all girl affair, sorry lads.