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I have made it to Hong Kong! I left from school and took a cab to Pudong. I have been sick with a cold for a few weeks now and was having some stomach issues so I was a little worried and very tired so I fell asleep in the cab. The check in ladies were very amused by my luggage- a purse and 1 checked bag, my swim bag, weighing a total of 5 kilos. My flight was only half full so plenty of room but ...
... a pleasant change of plans. Julie and I had booked two different flights, and I was expecting to have to wait for her in HK for a couple hours after my arrival ( undesirable after 13.5 hr flight... ). However, her flight was cancelled! Booo... But, she was rescheduled onto my flight, and we managed to sit next to each other yay! Random chance is looking better for 2015 than it did for 2014 :).
The flight went by smoothly, we both snoozed it up, and I ...
... beautiful and very sparsely populated. (of course, it is tiny too!)
Our coach trip took us past the prison which is on the island and right down by the sea. Our guide told us at first that it was a hotel and then joked that it was easy to check in but almost impossible to check out of! She was a funny lass, she also told us to stick together and not get lost because we all look the same to her...brilliant.
... After taking our supplies back to the hotel, we left to meet up with Sarah from the APT tour group, who was staying at the nearby Shangri-La Hotel. It was only a short walk but the route we took led us into a number of deviations due to roadworks or the need to use an underpass to cross large roads, so we ended up walking much further than we needed to. It gave us the opportunity to enjoy some views of Hong Kong harbour.
We met ...
... be better, which is certainly true--it can be. Some aspects of China are even better than the U.S., for sure. However, as opposed to leaving the country because of its faults, I feel compelled to return in a naive effort to cure it.
Complaining does nothing. Many of us fortunate enough to leave the U.S. and learn from other countries come back to continue the trend; we complain about how X country did something better than the U.S., then go to our jobs and ...