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... that fake clapped and a couple extras who had well timed walks through the background. After watching them do 5 takes we got the jist of it and went back to the bus stop. Traffic was bad and it took a while for a bus to come and take us home. The drive was a bit terrifying in the double decker bus on the super narrow windy road, so I decided I did NOT want to go back to the beach the next day, despite how nice it looked. That night I spent hours wandering around, trying to ...
... roughing it" are things you wouldn't find me using nor doing.
Knowing this is what I'll be faced with in the next few weeks,
and given the nearly 20 hour flight to Manila, I finally redeemed for myself some of my frequent flier points for a 1st Class seat on Cathay Pacific Airlines. Avid travelers know that they are consistently lauded for their service and luxurious premium cabins.
... through the back streets and stumbled upon Graham Street, what a place, clearly naming it after me as it's the hub of the city (you'll know what I mean when you see the pictures, think about what Knowles means and it will make sense). After finishing my jaunt up and down my street I took myself to the Star Ferry terminal, where for a whole 40p got a return ferry. Tsim Sha Tsui is on the mainland and is an eclectic mix of affluence and poverty, with Gucci, ...
... area starts off with a gradual uphill climb (lots of steps) but as we get off the beaten track the trail becomes dirt with lots of small rocks and extremely steep. We manage to complete the hike, but as we finish we have to climb over a gate to get back nto the village, something tells me we might not have been allowed to carry on over the mountain lol As we go back through the village we decide to buy a reminder of Hong Kong, some white and blue china chopsticks. ...
... 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 ...