Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong
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... network. I had made contact with our Hong Kong office and I popped in to see them. I met a colleague called Peter Li who had been a graduate in the UK before moving out to Hong Kong. The next day I was due to head back over and join my colleagues for lunch but unfortunately I was poorly and had to stay in the hostel. I felt really nauseous and drained and I think that 6 weeks of constantly being on the go had ...
... on what was a fairly hot day. I decided that two beers would immeasurably improve matters and set off on a walk of a completely unknown length. It turned out to be a pretty brutal first half of the approximately six kilometre walk across a spectacularly hilly island. By the summit - which roughly transpired to be halfway, I had dealt with both beers and was getting thirsty quickly. My feet were also incredibly sweaty and slipping out of the flips ...
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... ll keep my head up and press on. Because this crazy exciting adventure will be amazing and worth it. I will emerge a better person and a stronger version of myself. There is no less love in the world while I'm away, and I will be so excited to go home. And for now, I am off on an exhilarating adventure; a journey full of new food and new places, new friends and new skills, new family and new love, and here I am.
Hello Hong Kong.
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Continuing on the walk we saw lots more butterflies as well as orb spiders and colourful birds and flowers. We went past Hung Shing Ye beach which was much busier but decided not to get wet again since we needed to be on time for the ferry. There was a lovely small village (Wang Long), with small white houses, people on bicycles and the occasional dog.
When we arrived at Yung Shue Wan we bought a bottle of fresh lemonade which was ...