Howard Plaza Hotel Hsinchu
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... upon finishing that I’d never do it ever again, but I kinda miss it. You’ll never EVER do a ride like that again. Unless of course we do...
That trip was like childbirth. At the time I was glad to be finished, yet disappointed it was over. A week or two went by and it has become my obsession. It’s all I think and talk about! It was the most fantastic thing I have ever done! Enjoy it? ...
... Kong that we seemed to be on the main-land, so nobody recognized us!!
As this was our first time in Kowloon we had to find our way around as usual but we also had a deadline. Every night at 8:00pm there is a ‘Light Show’ where some of the buildings on the Hong Kong side of the harbour synchronize their lights to the sound of a music track plus there are flashes of laser lights projecting out from the tops of those buildings best viewed ...
... Lucky for us we were just finishing outer drinks...other late night diners had their dinner scooped away as the police raid descended on the Spicy Crab. Just another ordinary day in Asia. Midnight rolled in and we still had not quite made the sanctuary of our hotel. It may have been a late start...but we made the most of the hours available. Last day tomorrow......if only I had a Mary Poppins bag .... Pedometer Reading: 19 211 Temperature: Hong Kong 26 C ...
... but honestly it is just normal life to me. (I would just enjoy and ponder the photos if I were you, my English is awfully poor anyway.)
Another huge event that has occured is that I have moved into my second host family. It was a bitter sweet moment. I had lived in my last house for five months and grew to become part of there family and had become use to that life. It was hard to say good bye. However after many hugs and packing many bags, I made my way to ...
... met up with my dads friend James who is actually living in Vancouver, but is visiting his son here for the next month. We had some delicious dim sum at a restaurant on the water where you could watch the Star ferry go by.
After that we trekked back to the hotel. The train doors closed on me when everyone decided to run for it after just saying "lets wait for the next one" and I almost got left behind haha.
We then took a short rest ...