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... cruise which gives you a great view of the city then caught the night bus at 6.15 to see Hong Kong at night around Kaloown area bustling streets and markets. I finished up walking down the 'city of star walk way, to see Hong Kong at its best all building lit up and flashing lights .. Incredible!
Tomorrow I ...
... various shops and odd performances going on. After a quick drink and break we walked on, this time back to the harbour’s edge where we watched a light show across the water before retreating back inside for a delicious supper of dim sum, the traditional Hong Kong food. Catching the ferry back to Lantau we bumped into Sarah and a friend who’d been watching a ballet that was performing as part of the arts festival taking place at the time.
... to bring rice with Chinese food? Next was the bit Charlie was dreading and I wasn't too keen either but I gave it a go. A mud spa in a cave and a natural hot spring also inside the cave. Charlie sat the mud and hot spring out. I changed in to my swim shorts and braved the freezing cold mud, washing the cold mud off in a cold shower wasn't much fun but it was worth it when I discovered the hot spring which was actually really relaxing. Then we cycled back to the town and this is ...
... the Crystal Cabin experience (glass-bottomed cable car!) I decided to go for the 1+1 Standard + Crystal Round-Trip Cable Car experience, which essentially means standard cabin up, crystal cabin down the mountain. That amounts to HK$285 (S$45),
The Tai-O Boat Excursion was an interesting experience, where I got to see the villages on stilts as well as an expansive mountainous backdrop. Tai-O is a traditional fishing village, a ...
... When did I receive it?
Desiree, my girlfriend, also sent a Christmas letter from Malaysia to Africa for her friend, and even she received the letter in a shorter amount of time--and she's living in Namibia. I'll assume that's not the most efficient post system, but it beat China's.
Some of you might say, "well, that could've been the U.S.'s fault". I'd consider that, of course, except for the U.S. post office stamped its departure ...