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... We found ourselves a seat overlooking the skyscrapers of Hong Kong island and got out our maps to see where to head to next. We spent some time just watching all the boats on the bay and the large hawks that seemed to be circling schools of fish in the water.
As we were next to the Avenue Of The Stars we decided to give it a quick look. This is Hong Kong's version of the Chinese Theatre's walk of fame in Los Angeles, with movie star names and hand prints in the pavement. It was ...
... When did I receive it?
Desiree, my girlfriend, also sent a Christmas letter from Malaysia to Africa for her friend, and even she received the letter in a shorter amount of time--and she's living in Namibia. I'll assume that's not the most efficient post system, but it beat China's.
Some of you might say, "well, that could've been the U.S.'s fault". I'd consider that, of course, except for the U.S. post office stamped its departure ...
... It has a huge amount of wardrobe space which even Kathleen can't fill. Our luggage has already been delivered to the cabin. Well, not quite. My brand new red case is missing and instead we have an extra blue case belonging to someone else. Our butler Robel arrives to introduce himself. He takes away the blue one and says he will see what can be done about the missing one. He also asks us to choose our spirits and liqueurs. I had forgotten our package includes this so we choose ...
... which don't do the pictures I have justice. On a clear day I can imagine Victoria Harbour lives up to its claim to be one of the best harbour views in the world. With the early part of my day complete I slowly made my way back to my hotel for an afternoon nap, clearly four hours sleep wasn't enough and I wanted to wait until dark to venture onto the ferry. The second leg of my days adventure was a trip to Tsim Sha Tsui (say that after a few beers). I walked ...
... high rise living. Lunch was at our new favourite eating house, concrete floors, plastic flaps to keep the aircon sort of working, bare chested cooks and the food in plastic bowls plonked unceremoniously down on the table. But our chicken and rice, and crispy skinned duck on rice were simple and ...