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... was pretty cool!! But as we walked into the casino, I noticed that people were wearing jeans and T-shirts and were ALL casual I felt slightly overdressed!! Oh well!! We had a little walk around several casinos and looked at the variety of games - there wasn't much at all!! We only found one casino with blackjack but the starting bet was around £50+ Stuff that!! (yep I'm tight!!). It was just table upon table of Baccarat. The people gambling were very ...
... attention - why not. I committed my first faux-pas of the trip on the first day, by heading straight to red and yellow beacon that is McDonalds, but it had to be done.
I am going to try and write a blog during these travels, as I have been away many times before and memories and funny little things are always forgotten. Hopefully this will allow me to savour the experience for many years to come.
... take 2 months. When I said 2 months passed, she said she couldn't help me because I didn't have a tracking number, which they didn't offer. It's not surprising, really, if you see the office in person. There's no organization--nothing's separated, and boxes and letters are strewn about. They dig and dig for packages (sometimes the recipient also helping), and guys will just carry wheelbarrows full of stuff and dump it on a pile. They don't have computers, just a big sheet ...
... the Hung Hom Ferry, near to the Harbour Grand in Kowloon, it's of the best approaches to a city and for a couple of HKD it was well worth the cost. After a bumpy ride on a ferry across the choppy waters of Victoria bay we arrive at the North Point ferry terminal fully in-amongst the of the rest of the morning hustle and bustle of the the local traffic from school children with shoes to grow Into through to suited office workers this was Hong Kong at its splendour. As we made our ...
... I've already said every single North Korean we came into contact with, from our tour guides to restaurant workers and hotel workers was fantastic. I really can't say enough good things about the people but at the same time we were contained within a bubble of fiction. The difficulty came because the bubble was so unpersuasive. Empty hospitals, empty museums, endless depressed faces in the streets, how are we supposed to believe ...