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Finally, here is the final entry of our travels, sorry it's taken so long! Hong Kong was like a step back into normality after the craziness of Ho Chi Minh City. Cars weren't peeping their horns continually, there were hardly any mopeds or motorbikes and all vehicles stopped at traffic lights and observed traffic rules, meaning that you could cross the road when the green man was showing without worrying about being run over. Hong Kong prices were ...
... place so I guess we probably were amusing.
The rest of the afternoon we walked around a very busy area called Sham Shui Po and found a few more bargains. This area was just packed with people and by the end Karry had a headache and our trolley was overflowing and we all had aching feet, so we said our goodbyes to Lan for the day and started the trek back to Joc's place which is on the other side of Hong Kong. Hong Kong ...
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... about her have changed so much. She used to be quite shy and timid (though I always saw a bit of a crazy streak in her) but now she's a confident woman with much more self esteem - she is an award winning pastry chef and I am so pleased that this has helped her to gain self assurance! We had a couple of drinks and then had some dinner. It was a really nice evening and I can't wait to catch up with her ...
We initially planned to go to The Peak, however upon reaching the tram station, the queue was so long the signs read 3 hours of waiting time. Lan Kwai Fong was the other location we thought of or should I say the only other option we had.
We started walking away from the queue of tourists towards Central uncertain of how we would reach Hard Rock Café. I passed by the café once but ...