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... districts but quaint and remote on the outlying islands. Seeing it at night was the icing on the cake and something we will remember for a long time.
Right now we are enjoying the view of the Hong Kong Island from our balcony. Tomorrow we have to be up early for another full day tour which will include a boat ride on the harbour. I am looking forward to it and if it is anything like today it will be wonderful.
... time to have a good look around from the top of a double-Decker bus.
The city was great fun to be in - I had a huge grin on my face when I saw all the cafes the first day, though I didn't actually go to any of those - next trip I will head back there.
The only problem with the bus was the traffic - I am used to the subway now, which doesn't have any traffic jams (or 1 min delays at most) ...
... culture, and no matter how many faults the U.S. has, it's something I've come to appreciate.
Moving on. Another reason I'm writing this is in response to an article by Mark Manson, a guy who I never heard of until I saw somebody on Facebook post one of his blog posts. The particular article is titled "10 Things Most Americans Don't Know About America", and you can find it here: http://markmanson.net/america. After reading it a few times, I realized that ...
Sorry I didn't get a chance to blog yesterday. Quick recap of yesterday...I went to Noah's Ark which is a park focused on explaining the story of Noah and the great flood as well as historical records of possible findings of the ark in Armenia. It was an interesting concept but to be honest, it reminded me of Flander's theme park in an episode of The Simpsons. The humongous ark with life ...
... of ground, air & water transportation on this trip.
Hong Kong Facts:
Hong Kong is the most densely populated city in the world, there are over 7 million people living in Hong Kong. The current sardine squeezing world record holder is the Mongkok district. Hong Kong has the most skyscrapers in the world, classified as buildings
with more than 14 floors, Hong Kong has around 8000, ...