Ramada Hotel Kowloon
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... to where the possible meeting room would be. It was spacious, cheery with big windows to the outside on the second floor. Looked like a great possibility and to me, just seemed "right" from the start. We are going to explore this further as we would like to get his information into the Feast brochure which has a February deadline for information about ...
... McDonald's on the planet watching the sun sink into the sea.
After this, we got a taxi back down the mountain and went in search of a gaming market, Mark had been recommended. Much like Kowloon, the market full of people squashed into tiny walkways. Mark wanted to buy himself a 3 DS and I used this opportunity to try to buy the latest Pokemon game but to my disappointment, I could not do this as games only work in consoles from the same region meaning that ...
... the best date made the night absolutely perfect.
The next day my aunt took us out for dim sum before we had to head out. We also took a little stroll in the convention center. My aunt cracked me up, there was a convention going on so there were a lot of people milling around handing out free bags and brochures. She was grabbing everything that was handed to her and even told me to grab things I didn't want and give them to her. Twas quite ...
... whole length of the harbour front. This was not my best idea. What I thought was a brief walk took me three hours. I walked through about eight districts, from pretty Hong Kong houses to downtrodden villages, I think at one point I was glared at as people had never seen a 6"2 fatty Brit. However, I continued and saw some amazing places, old school Chinese markets with Duck hung everywhere and live Duck being slaughtered in site to clearly walking through the ...
... crack of dawn and board the plane for a 15 hour flight. I was a walking zombie. As I waited for the cab right outside the lobby of the hotel, I saw the sun start to rise over the mountain and Harbour in front of me. It was rising sooo fast. I quickly snapped a photo before I said, Thank you! Bye Bye! to this wonderful city.