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... twin. Meaning, two of us would have to be sleeping together. Add to that, the building at which we stayed, was composed of multiple towers and in each and every floor, in each and every tower hosted a number of different hostels. The best side of it, was each tower was only accessible to a certain specific elevator. Not only that, but the elevators went on either odd or even floors. So all together, we had to find the right tower, the right floor and the right elevator. Easy.
... it to see the views especially in the eve. There is a bit of pushing and shoving to get a seat on the tram - but we're good at that so no problem. Then we descend facing backwards at a 45 degree angle - a bit too fast for what feels like a a rickety old tram. But its great fun!
We get lost trying to find our way back to the hotel. When we find ourselves again, we realise we are nowhere near.
The map reader is sacked.
... Really worth it in the end. In the evening we met Gary's Irish friend who lives in Hong Kong and spent the night in a few different bars. By midnight we had finished our last cocktail and decided that it was time to head back to the hostel for a decent night sleep as we are travelling all day tomorrow. We had a great day and really love Hong Kong I have promised myself to come back one day soon! There is so many amazing restaurants and shops it's the kind of city that is a rich mans ...
... sugar'.* Ahem. Accompanied with a bottle of Cava, we had a pretty boozy breakfast that went down a treat :o)
After some clearing of the table, the boys headed back to the kitchen to continue working on Christmas dinner as us girls sat down to a game of Scrabble. Not a bad life, eh? Anyways, as the game began, it became pretty clear that Una and I were dealing with a pro and before long, Annie admitted to being a keen player. As she started ...
... about feng shui - a topic so dull and riddled with contradictions, it's a wonder it's caught the imagination for so many thousands of years. Back through the traffic to a traditional tea shop in Central Hong Kong, where the importance and history of tea was explained alongside a handful of tasters. Surprisingly interesting and tasty. 30+ degrees and 83% humidity. This afternoon's tour ...