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... intricate carving on the back of the seats. The place turned out to be more of a restaurant than a tea house/coffee shop so we ordered dinner as well. Wendy had lemon chicken whilst I chose beef slices in oyster sauce and we shared sticky rice. I asked about drinks when placing our order and the waiter simply smiled and barked at me Chinese Tea! My kind of place, although it would have been better if he'd said Yorkshire Tea! After polishing of what turned out to ...
... one side but on the other side we had some pretty good views. After walking around, we took the tram down the side of the mountain followed by a short bus ride. We used the octopus card for all the journeys. At the bottom it was very hot & sunny, we saw a harbour cruise for around $15 so we took it. A pleasant hour crushing around the harbour enjoying a beer. The it was on to the star ferry to go back to our hotel room. Bruce wanted to find a ...
... our journey, this was to see where her parents and their friends Andy and Moya lived on Lamma island 25 years ago. For those that don't know Hong Kong has many part two main areas are Hong Kong island the other is Kowloon before the subway the best way to get from way to get from one to another was the star ferry (still cheaper than the subway) costing 20p it offers a great view of Hong Kong and a little piece of history too.
We then had to get a further ferry to ...
... by the time we left we had our first sunglasses moment. Managed to read a chinese newspaper (in english obviously), regarding some hatchet weilding nutjob, some wife who'd killed her hisband with a milkshake, chinese gov think england is a just a tiny shithole country thats only good for educating chinese students and tourism and that Dave Camerons attempt at kissing their ass over their train building was laughable. Still, better than only being good at building trains ...
Can't remember much about our flights. 12 hours to Hong Kong, 3 hrs in Hong Kong, 13 hours to Heathrow. 3 hours getting through Heathrow, and getting to our accommodation in North London (Tufnell Park).
All kids travelled ...