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... he was going to take us to the police station, more like we would have paid a visit to his mafia friends. We were basically stuck between a rock and a hard place as our luggage was in his rickety old boot and I was afraid that if we jumped out the car he would have simply driven off into the Hanoi sunset with our bags snugly fitted inside his boot. I said to Tara to get out the car while I try reason with this crook. Funny enough, this guy's English became very limited during ...
... hotel. We had got a 40% off deal on a luxury airport hotel and I cant tell you how good it was to have a bath and such a comfy bed with a quilt. It was great to finish the trip in style.
Even though it was in the low 20s everyone was dressed for winter in coats and boots. To be fair the sun wasn't very intense. Its shocking how hazy the sky is here from all the pollution.
Before we knew it we were checking in ...
... waterfront walk with views of the Hong Kong city skyline, very reminiscent of the stroll along the Bund. One part of it is called the Avenue of Stars, which like Hollywood has hand prints and signatures of famous actors from the (once very successful) Hong Kong film industry. However, the only ones I recognized were Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee. I used the long waterfront path as an opportunity to fit a run in.
... laws. There are also many things that there are no rules for such as welding on the sidewalk or sharpening blades on stairwells. There was one time we were walking by a motorbike shop and a guy was welding something on a running bike. I don't know what he did, but right as we walked by it pretty much exploded and his arm caught on fire a little. This all happened on a sidewalk of a pretty busy street, ...
... on Abe's dime and danced the night away! Best bar ever! Billie Jean, Oops I Did It Again!, Mambo No. 5 (a little bit of Jessica!), and more great songs kept us dancing for hours. On the way home we stopped for some Lebanese food and got some free falafel. Score! We were happy and fed as we made our way home down Hollywood Road dodging cockroaches here and there (the first I've ever seen in my sheltered life--ahhhh!!). It was a perfect last night in Hong ...
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