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... signs for what seems like forever. Thus this takes up loads of time. We arrive in Hong Kong and take the night bus at around 00:20. The bus is the slowest bus on earth. It takes 2 hours to get to our road (Nathan Road). The hotel is situated in the notorious Chungking mansions. There are people still outside drinking and touting for business 'do you have a hotel sir?'. The people around here are mainly Indian and there are a ...
... some fat Norman seals!
After the aquarium we headed back to the city centre to walk around some shops and take it easy after all the walking we did the day before. After visiting one of the bigger department stores, we tried to cross the street to get to Yodobashi Camera, a huge electronics store. As it turns out, sometimes simply crossing the street is a much bigger challenge than you'd think, and we ended up having to walk a few blocks ...
Arriving in Kuala Lumpur we felt rested and easily made the hour and ten minute connection onto our flight to Singapore. It's only when we were standing at the baggage claim that either Vaughan or I realised we had a problem. 40 minutes after the last bag from our flight had come out and we were at a loss. Not only was our bag missing, but the only things I had brought in our carry on was dirty clothing as, rookie mistake, I just didn't think our bag would get ...
... d see the Japanese in their slippers. The Japanese take off their shoes as soon as they enter their home and even some restaurants. Slippers are always provided which is helpful if you’re not wearing socks.
Prior to coming to Japan, I really only had tried sushi, but after this trip, I’ll be a bit more adventurous in a Japanese restaurant. Although I’m not sure that any Japanese restaurant in Buffalo serves much more than ...
Our hotel was typical Japanese. The basics, with no extra space. Just right for a good nights sleep.
The next morning we were off to see the world's longest suspension bridge near Osaka. The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, or "Pearl Bridge", spans a total of3911 meters with the longest span between the two support column reaching 1991 meters. We had hoped to go to ...