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... holding her chopsticks upside down! Oops! Interesting diversion to the back alley squat loo accompanied by the waitress! 4. Taxi to Star ferry terminal 5. Ferry across the harbour to Central - time to admire the myriad lights on the towers 6. Rode the mid level escalators/moving pavements back home 7. Lift to 27th floor Ah home at last! Feet ...
... their eyes on their mobile phone. No one reading a book, and very few reading the free newspaper). Taxis were not expensive either and the famous Star Ferry to go across to Hong Kong Island was a real bargain. We noticed how there is a parallel street system going through the buildings on elevated walkways as opposed to walking on the street. We noticed that May was the Art Month in Hong Kong and there were ...
... of an eye we had arrived at Hong Kong. We were efficiently met by our Destination Asia driver and the Mercedes and started our 40 minute trip from the airport on Lantau Island to downtown Kowloon and the Nathan Road hotel. People EVERYWHERE, lights, cars, skyscrapers and English....accompanied by the usual NON smooth ride of braking and swerving that is Asia....but this time in a very swish vehicle with automatic doors and WiFi. We checked in (by ourselves...first ...
Leaving Vietnam was pretty weird as I had spent more than 4 months in South East Asia. Including my time in India and Nepal, I haven't been to a developed or 'first-world' country in over 7 months (if you consider the Emirates (Dubai) as a 'first-world' country, which is where I had a stopover when coming from Africa in April.
This is why I was leaving the place with very mixed feelings. On arrival in Hong Kong from the first second on, I was impressed how ...
... got to Shenzhen HSR station, but understandably didn't see Lei waiting for me. "Idiot Westerner", I'm sure she would have been thinking. But on the bright side, task #1 was now complete. Task #2 beckoned. Get a Simcard URGENTLY.
You know how when you need to buy something you can never find one? Welcome to China, where that's amplified about 10 times, even before language problems. I actually normally find this fun - but under the circumstances of completely mucking up my ...