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Our last day in Asia. Having been on the move, we are pretty good at packing. So no mad frantic last minute rush to pack. We now have luxury of 50kg per suitcase instead of 20kg. On our last night we ate at Spring Deer. A really old school Hong Kong restaurant. The waiters are all over 60 and dressed in tuxedos. Everyone warned me that you needed reservations, but we managed to get a table. We were pretty early for Hong Kong 7:30. The roast duck was excellent and we ...
... and 228 Memorial Museum were both closed, but there were a couple of parks to wander about and people watch. The city "Wall" and President's residence are also nearby. As unremarkable as the former is, the latter is impressive. The guards outside are complete jobsworths, though - stopping people from leaning on the perimeter wall of the grounds for photos.
I took a gamble when it came to eating, ordering straight off the Chinese menu - ...
... glass to your opponents and whoever has more in the cup loses and their anchor gets another jagerbomb that they have to finish so if each person loses then the anchor could end up with 6 jagerbombs ahah. Our team was eliminated in the first round but luckily we came back for a redemption round and managed to win 2nd place!! We were pretty excited about it and our team ended up winning a bottle of champagne and jagermeister ahaha. OH AND I ALMOST FORGOT TO MENTION ONE OF THE ...
... odd. Yesterday I went to the post office. "Oh, but it's so far" said several of my colleagues, gasping at my determination. It was a ten minute walk. Okay, I walk at double or triple the speed of a lot of Hong Kongers, but still. Twenty minutes isn't a far distance, right? These same colleagues are constantly worrying about getting fat and asking me whether I exercise.
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... There we went through Mainland China customs and walked over the river (no photos allowed) to the Hong Kong (China) customs. It was all rather pleasant and painless, as these things go. To say we had done something in China, we had learned that 2 subway stops in Hong Kong, at the Fanling station, was the great ancestral temple Fung Ying Seen Koon. It was well worth our time, though the Hong Kong Metro costs are more in line with Vancouver, Canada, than most ...