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With time to spare at the airport, a chance to reflect on the whole trip. Having expected the neighbouring countries to all share some similarities, I've been surprised at the differences between them. The Thai food will always be a highlight and was a welcome sight on return to Bangkok - the Lao people and pace of life while floating down the Mekong was unforgettable - the craziness of Vietnam and the scooter generation was something ...
... dragged, my I-pod had died and my kindle was buried in my rucksack so all I could resort to was looking out the window. Having said that it wasn't a bad thing. Hong Kong is a lot bigger than I thought it was and the northern part of the island is very beautiful with leafy hills towering over the road and railway. It was also gloriously sunny too so everything looked instantly beautiful regardless.
We stopped of in a shopping mall to buy lunch ...
... any hour and this is a real problem for those who like their food. Firstly, as we all know, you are always hungry shortly after eating a Chinese meal. Secondly, the cooking smells so good that the juices are flowing most of the time. I could have phrased that better perhaps.
Having lost the first day to the Chinese rail system we were down to two days to see absolutely everything. Solution:- to take the two day ticket on ...
... boggling display of decorations and gifts many of which are symbolic.
Time for food, promising looking places were a bit thin on the ground today, but there was a little place around the corner from the hotel and had a very good meal of spicy noodles with seafood, and sizzling chicken, very nice. It has now stopped raining and the visibility is the best it has been since we arrived, so we return to the room to watch the world on the harbour go ...
... which was brilliant!! After a long day we went back to the hostel and decided we were going to go to the worlds highest bar called Ozone. It was above The Ritz hotel so it was amazing! We got to the bar and it was 158 HK$ (about £15!) for one cocktail but the views over the city were amazing! We stayed for 1 then went to go home. Me and Han hadn't realised that all the metro stations had now closed and the ...