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... strangers (or bosses) to just whatsapp you about everything, at any time of the day or night. Then when you've decided to sell something, you have to meet the buyer at an MTR station. Really. You hang about on the "outside" side of the barriers, and wait for your buyer to get off the train, come upstairs to do business, then head off without needing to pay to leave the station. So mad, so often frustrating, you are not good at business Hong Kong.
... time it got going the breaks would come on!! Paul thinks it may have been because there wasn't a lot of weight on it (maybe a quarter full). What anticlimax! We decided not to go again! We wondered off and found one of those rides that take you up then drop you suddenly. Now, I absolutely HATE these rides! Give me any roller coaster in the world but not these!! As we got to the top Paul was trying to release my death grip from the handle bars and because I ...
... me a ticket but coins worth 11.75. They keep the change! So beware and get your change ahead of time. We passed through the turnstile when the ferry arrived and boarded the boat. We sat on the top in the air conditioning. We could tell it was going to be another very hot, humid day. Lamma Island has two ferry stops, one on either side of the island. We did not care which we landed on so simply took the first ferry that came.
The ferry is slow and ...
... once again made our way through the streets of Hong Kong, following the signs until we found the Peak Tram. We played the role of tourist to the hilt, getting our picture taken as we lined up with the hundreds of other people. Once boarded, we began our steep ascent in the well maintained old tram. It soon began to appear as though he buildings were at a 45 degree angle, so steep was the angle. We emerged amidst the wispy ...
... t know what it means that she was left where she was. I'm certain there is a story there that we will never know, but thankfully our Heavenly Father watched over her until she was found and brought to the orphanage we saw today. What a story that will be to tell her one day soon!
Because I delivered the poor who cried for help, and the fatherless who had none to help him.