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I have not perused this like I usually do, so I apologize if this one misses the mark.
Saturday was not the stressful day. Saturday was a fine day. I woke up early and the birds were chirping, or at least I imagine they were because I cannot recall hearing any since I moved here. I made some oatmeal and guzzled some instant coffee and decided my fast was officially broken. I was watching some silly old show on Amazon when my meet up time finally came calling. It was ...
... The ride to the village is 20 mins on a windy road. We went on a local bus and the driver was a little scary but what an adventure. We came back to the Buddha area after about 1 1/2 hours. We then got back on the cable cars to head back. We rode the subway to and from this area. The mtr is retry easy to figure out. What's hard is that a lot of people don't stop or speak English. Many times I used my app called say hi ...
We got up early to get the train and a bus to Ocean Park, one of Hong Kong's theme parks. We arrived an hour before the rides opened (seems to be a regular thing here!!). We had a look around outside and saw done otters in an enclosure- which was pretty cool. We then got in the large queue to get our tickets. We'd just got to the front and were waiting to be directed to the kiosk by the Marshall when a man walked straight up to the kiosk totally disregarding ...
... of the city and harbor. After that we met Annick at a "private kitchen" - a small restaurant that grew out of a couple serving meals to friends and family in their own home. Private kitchens are all the rage in HK and it was a fun experience with delicious Sichuan-style food. Von and Annick managed to evade my camera - but the four of us had a great ...
... and find the balance to the privileged life I'm fortunately to be able to live, I'm embarking on this trip that will have me endure heat like I've never known on an island where most of the electricity has yet to be restored. For those of you who know me well, I'm most uncomfortable in very hot weather and grouchier than a woman who...nevermind. I think you get the point. On top of that, public toilets, camping, ...