Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong
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... ok, but she would be getting off at Pedder Street as well so she would show us the best way to Stay in the cool. When we approached the stop she prompted us to follow her. Our experience in the last few days has shown that this sort of helpful, nothing's too much trouble attitude is just common place, its lovely. She led us into a mall, along one of the many cool pedestrian ways, Ian said the we didn't want to take her out of her way, but it turned ...
... an elevator which seemed to have been built for just one person, and smelled of motor oil, and she took us into the palour (which looked like someone's (very old) apartment converted. We sat down in the very comfy chairs and were immediately advised "no happy ending". Damn it, I was so looking forward to that happy ending too! The massage was amazing.. very painful in places, but the guy seemed to know what he was doing so I just went with it ...
... Anyway, we arrived in Hong Kong and had a western style lunch. Which means rib-eye steak, salad, french fries, garlic bread and veggies. It was so delicious. Seriously, so good. We then checked into our hotel. It is seriously the smallest hotel room I have ever been in. There are technically two beds in the room, however, they are only 3 inches apart. I cannot open my suitcase all the way on the ...
... We looked at a room in a hostel for £25 per night (this would have been the most we will have spent on a room since Australia). The room was inhabitable, smelt of damp and acetone with two plastic tables with over sized mattress place on each one for our beds! The building itself looked like a 'crack den'...we turned round and walked straight out! If it wasn't for staying two nights with Lisa we would have ended up spending £100 or more per ...
... figured out how long it had been. It was nice to see a somewhat familiar face and meet his wife Grace. She was very cool, down to earth and instantly likable. She invited me to hang out the next night while Mike went hiking for 5 hours since he was training for an endurance hiking event in Iceland. Talking with them was interesting. They both worked in the banking industry though Grace got out of it 10 years prior. They had four kids, two nannies/maids and a driver! ...
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