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... the Karate Kid flying kick!, childish I know, but afterwards a number of people copied what I was doing so I obviously set a new trend!!). From here we wondered through the notorious Ladies Market, which I believe was originally an illegal market selling ladies wear and other women's items, until the government legalised hawker bazaars. Now with the amount of tourists and locals alike that go there it sells everything from ladies products to English football ...
... views of the surrounding buildings. Essentially a racecourse nestled amongst skyscrapers. In once corner of the track is a sporting precinct with hockey and soccer fields. They use every bit of space in Hong Kong.
Dinner was served shortly after we arrived. An assortment of foods, which were all pretty good. The 8 race program commenced with the ...
... suite when this is what I had tried to book originally and was unable to because we had a child in our group. The offer did not make it really worthwhile as the room was to literally somewhere to rest our heads.
The additional bed that was requested for the child was not even mad up in our room and turned out to be a mattress on the floor. The hotel room was small despite the fact that I booked it as it was larger than most run of the mill places in ...
... up on the tenth floor of a massive apartment block in one of the central districts. I quite like it, but if you had to stay there for more than a few hours at a time you would go a bit nuts and maybe start nibbling at the woodwork, like the rats in Guilin.
We're flying to Hanoi in Vietnam tomorrow and joining up with a few people to go around Vietnam and Cambodia on a bit of a hectic 17-day trip.
So, bye bye China. You're strange, but I like you.