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What a fantastic trip! I've met some really great people. I've established new friendships through sharing a flat with my American squash chicks, friendships that will continue as we venture from tournament to tournament in Canada and the US and hopefully internationally again. The World Masters Squash Championships are slotted for Johannesburg in 2016 and the World Masters Games are in New Zealand in 2017. There are a few stories that I would like ...
... that time we didn't find it.
Confused, we were full, exhausted, and developing blisters. We headed back to the room, me limping the last 300 yards (essentially the whole distance), before crashing into a deep, deep sleep.
Saturday started with a pretty average american breakfast at a restaurant next to our hostel. The morning was mostly about burning time and not getting too full before our Foodie Tour. I literally can't recommend this tour enough. ...
... spectacular and overwhelming. A bowl of noodles gave us enough time to observe another break, this time we were able to see so much more of Victoria Harbour but also to experience what it is like inside a cloud as they wrapped around us before they moved on.
The girls were able to commandeer the front upstairs seat yet again on the downhill run where we had a budding Formula 1 driver take on the hill with speed and confidence. Good fun.
... at immigration, she looked at it then smiled and handed it back to me. Pretty easy!
When I walked through the immigration exit I saw a lot of people holding signs for passengers. I looked through the crowd and found two people holding Cambridge Institute signs. I made it! We waited for eight other people who had just landed to join us and then headed out in two vans.
By the time we left the airport it was after 9 p.m. so it was too dark to really ...
... traffic and simultaneously shouting into his iPhone. Interesting, to say the least. However, not daunted, we have hit the ground running and investigated the Star ferry, which is just round the corner from the hotel, booked a couple of trips and managed to get to grips with the MTR (tube). Whilst waiting for the room to be ready we decided to take the tube (and it is exactly that a metal tube with no subdivisions) to the Flower Market, which was of ...