Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong
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... ber die Insel Lantau (mit Besichtigung des Riesenbuddha) auf in Richtung Flughafen aufmachten. Am Abend fuhren wir erneut zum Temple Street Night Market, um noch etwas über den Markt zu schlendern. Am Abend fielen wir todmüde ins Bett und schliefen sofort ein. Zumindest bis wir gegen 01:40 Uhr durch einen Alarm wach wurden. Der Alarm war so penetrant, dass Michael auf dem Flur gucken ging, was los ist. Laut Anzeige des Alarmmeldesystems gab es einen ...
... imagine from local food to mobile phones and sim cards. Right at the very back was a tiny lift and we saw a sign to say the hostel was on the 15th floor. Nervously we went up to be greeted by all of these men just standing about in a dimly lit hall way, we were told we were in the right place (despite the hostel having a different name to the one we'd remembered booking) and shown to our room. Now this room is the smallest room I have ever ...
... it lasts about three minutes. I'm poked in the upper arm by my mother - wanting to know which button raises her footrest! It breaks my Number One Rule of Flying and I'm furious. I, of all people need whatever sleep l can grab, ESPECIALLY when faced with a 24 hour flight and impending jetlag! "DON'T YOU EVER WAKE ME UP or I'll bite your bloody head off!" I snap. It's a sure sign that it is indeed time to be going home to my own "You ...
... it was time to load up on junk food souvenirs! That night we were treated to Hakka cuisine by the same uncle-in-law who's shop we went to the day before. Yum again!
That night we had to say goodbye to Steve who was leaving on the red-eye back to Busan. And good thing he got out in time because the next day a full-on typhoon, category 10 (the highest level) hit Hong Kong. We were ...
... HK was really quite expensive so we had to do lots of vodka smuggling and sponsor crackers, but we visited lots of markets, tried lots of street food, walked for miles, met a gang from preston uni and just played dares for a day which was funny...I had to sing my song in Chinese in the apple shop very loud and the chinese people were all joining in and filming....so look for it on you tube! It was ...
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