One Crescent Place
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... was really colourful, although a bit faded. It was quite close to the airport though, so a bit noisy. After showering we went to have a drink and some food. One place we ended up at was owned by a ginger bloke from North London. He was a Spurs fan! He called his bar Ginger Street. I think Caroline would've liked it. There was a Swedish bloke in there that we chatted to a bit too. He is 24, and for the last couple of years, has worked for about 3 months in Oslo to come ...
... the views properly.
One we got ourselves back to White Beach, my friend Rachel
and I went to watch the sunset and slowly made our way to join the others who were already at a rooftop pool party.
This was equally amazing and I was super glad I could get into a pool with
other people without panicking like usual. We went to have food and get ready
and it was a night out on the town again in a club on the beach front.
... developed. We walked back to our beach and took a picture in front of the only Starbucks that we know of that's actually ón the beach between the palm trees. We got our beach beds and chilled there till lunch while we had little kids making the most beautiful sculptures with this amazing thin white sand. They actually made money with it as they asked your name and than kind of cut it into the sand and when you make a picture they ask you 20 pesos, clever little devils :-) Funny ...
... that's happening down below that you can't see from above. It all appears calm from so far away but actually it's such a crowded, noisy, busy city full of people and cars weaving in and out of the thousands of streets. Still feeling quite full we decided to take a walk further up the hill to an even higher point. The heat in Hong Kong is really humid, completely different to in India. It is also nice to be able to dress appropriately for the weather rather than covering up and ...
... I expected that he would then tell me I had to give him more. I got on the tricycle. He walked off. 50 pesos...! That was less than £1. I felt terribly guilty. If I'd have known he would just accept it I would've given him more in the first place. He must've thought I was very mean.
*Let's take a minute to think about how mean I am*.
I got to my hotel and was greeted by a lovely lady. She was very friendly and ...