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... checking out we pop down to the Star Ferry and the monstrously large Harbour City shopping complex and finally choose Alison's birthday present followed by snacks back at the hotel and then the A21 Cityflyer service to the airport.
We're now checked in and waiting for our flight ... will be a long night but in 13 hours or so we will be back in the UK.
... We didn’t feel like calling it a day yet so we walked around the Hollywood Plaza mall. There is a pretty big arcade in the mall full of middle aged people playing the games and not that many teenagers/kids. After eating some snacks at the bakeries and foodcourt, we decided to take advantage of discount Tuesdays at the theater. We watched Transformers 4 and it was packed with action scenes! The storyline itself was pretty terrible, but I still liked the movie (probably the only ...
... 5 bucks are listed as $40. We then took the metro to downtown Hong Kong, on the island side. Hong Kong is split in two: the Hong Kong island side, and the Kowloon side (aka the mainland side). The two sides are separated by Victoria harbor. The metro system has several lines that connect the two, so it's easy to get from one side to the other. There are also bridges and ferries. The metro system is much like Tokyo's; super efficient and ...
... functioning in their every day roles.
I have found a new incentive and purpose to get out there enjoy each and every day.
Be awesome to catch up with you all, have a hug, a laugh, and just be grateful for where we are in our place in the world - & no matter what hurdles that crop up - we just need to share the love!
... by a sea of faces, pressed up against the sides if the carriage. We decided to try for the end carriages in a less packed train. Third train lucky...we squeezed in like sardines with our luggage. Our next adventure was to change trains and lines. We made it to the airport with ease, happier fir the adventure and with more time and money to spare than if we would have caught a cab in the rush hour traffic. At the airport, it was another case ...