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Hi Parents and Students,
We hope that you're getting excited for our Japan experience week trip. Please note that we'll be depart for our experience week trip this upcoming Tuesday; leaving from the Macau airport in the morning. We'll be meeting upstairs in the departure hall (Area D) at 7:30am. Here are a few other ...
... our harbor trip we were taken by tram to the top of Victoria Peak which is the high highest mountain in Hong Kong district. The view from the top was really good but I thought the view from everywhere in Hong Kong was amazing!
We found a thimble! in fact.... David went to the loo and, whilst he was away, I found a thimble. Because Dave had our money on him, I managed to borrow some from a lady on our bus. I ...
We went back to the basement supermarket for some odds and ends for lunch the next day - paying what seemed a lot for some cheese but that's how it is in Asia.
Despite the late hour, Angela decided to stop off for a massage a few doors from the hotel. Initially the Blessing Massage House was full of a tour group but the lady said to return in 15 minutes, which we did. Angela had a superb massage while I went back to the hotel to sleep.
... really beautiful views of the skyline on Hong Kong island form there as well.
On the saturday we went our in Lan Kwai Fong which is this street that they close of at nighttime and all the bars there open up onto the streets and it turns into this street-party almost and everyone just walks around with drinks in their hands from bar to bar and no one really cares what goes on.
Food wise we ate a lot of western food because well... ...
... When did I receive it?
Desiree, my girlfriend, also sent a Christmas letter from Malaysia to Africa for her friend, and even she received the letter in a shorter amount of time--and she's living in Namibia. I'll assume that's not the most efficient post system, but it beat China's.
Some of you might say, "well, that could've been the U.S.'s fault". I'd consider that, of course, except for the U.S. post office stamped its departure ...