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... our airport transfer chauffeur. It is convenient arriving to an unknown destination and transferred to our hotel, especially after travelling through the day. At present we are caught in the most incredible traffic jam. Streets are jammed with buses, buses and even more buses. It is hard to move. A different feel can already be detected from mainland China. There appears to be more order, the shops more familiar to what we see at home. Looking forward to arriving to the ...
... as you do!
You will be pleased to know we have now changed out of our shorts and tee shirts for something more suitable to arriving at Heathrow!
The plane is delayed until 1.25am so we all board and are greeted by a glass of sparkling not something we could ever hire of! We then have the announcement that a passenger is unwell and finally leaves the plane, her luggage has to be taken off so we finally took off about 2am.
... single one of the bars was packed to lines outside. The sight was unforgettable, as people from all over took part in celebrating a night of fun and mischief.
This week, our school is holding a week long tournament of board games, starting with Chinese Chess. Students of all classes compete as they try their skill to be the best. I thought it worth a mention.
Making it to Class
I had class Sunday evening on the day of my return from ...
... that we were more suited to trail hiking, and thus lead us back to the trail, and eventually, town. After 6 hours of hiking we then had to hail a taxi: wet, dirty, presumably smelly, and in one case shirtless (having somehow lost it in a swimming hole) which was actually much less of a problem than I might have thought.
After some much needed showers, we finished our second day in Hong Kong with another feast: hot pot. All of us were exhausted ...
We are now in Macau, the Vegas of the East. In fact, it looks like they took the entire Venetian complex and transplanted it here. Instead of throngs of Americans, there are throngs of Chinese. Actually, there is more to Macau than gambling as it was a Portuguese colony for centuries. We hope to see the old town tomorrow. We left you two days ago in Indonesia. We departed from Java early with an extra bag we needed in light ...