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... mutheiga and had dirt cheap wine well for HK standards only 140HKD for some very nice Chilean sb. Then quick jaunt down to star ferry again and across to the restaurant some gorgeous din sum G liked the fried veg ones I had the ones filled with soup yum then a whole duck between us! Very different from uk Peking duck but ...
... peak. There was a HK$40 (£3) return only ticket available but we thought what is the point of heading up without the view point. This also came with a very useful and informative audio tour, explaining the history of buildings and also the history of Hong Kong in general. The views were very good but the audio tour really helped make it great as most of the time at these viewpoints you have no idea what it is you are actually looking at.
After finishing the audio tour, taking a ...
... are so much less likely to get a job. I don't mean 5 times less likely, a number people in the U.S. would go nuts over. I'm talking 30, 40 times less likely, if not way more. When Chinese parents see the teacher, they think "European/American=white". They want to have that false confirmation that since the teacher has white skin, he/she must be educated. Sometimes, they will flat out deny their child access to that class if the teacher's colored. Because schools aren't ...
... I gaze at the meter. The more I look, the faster it seems to turn. There is a sign on the door displaying the taxi license and a long list of the "rights of passengers". Worryingly however there is also a list of duties of passengers which includes making payment of the fare indicated on the meter. It is an offence not to do so punishable by fine or imprisonment. The meter is whirring round like the wheel of a slot machine by now. Looks like prison for me but I'm beginning to ...
I awoke on my first morning (at 4am sadly), feeling a little more refreshed I sat and had breakfast, a confusing matter when you don't know a thing, but rice noodles with scrambled egg and Chinese tea seemed to do the trick. What was I to do today, hit the ground running is my only thought, so with this it was time to find the Peak tram. En route to the station I stumbled upon St Johns Cathedral, a rather grandiose name I think, Hartley Wintney have a claim to be ...