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... and more quiet and empty on campus, and it was strange that many of my friends had already left. Saturday evening I had a nice good-bye dinner with Anne and Rob. Anne and I decided to cook ourselves: we made baked potatoes and salad. Afterwards we convinced Rob to join us at Aqua, my favourite skybar in Hong Kong, to drink pornstar martinis. We had a lot of fun, although it was strange that this was my last proper evening in Hong Kong. The next day I was leaving for ...
... around 6000 people living per square mile.
Ok so our first stop was Lantau Island and a small fishing village on the coast. The contrast when we crossed the water between Kowloon and Lantau was amazing. As built up as Kowloon was, Lantau was the polar opposite. Our scenery changed from tower blocks to mountains and rugged protected coastlines. Apparently a lot of ex pats live on Lantau and I am not at all surprised. It ...
... for the delay so we were able to get a coffee at the airport. We also had a little Chinese cash left over so bought a bottle of Australian white wine and some chocolate at the duty free shop. We ended up with 1 yuan (20c) left over - good budgeting!
We were able to call on Angela's bad knee to board early again, using the lift to get down to the level of the plane instead of having to walk down stairs. We had an ...
... Chinese people I meet self-centered when they tell me China's powerful and is on the world stage? No, I should call them realistic, because without China, the world would be screwed. It's fact, not opinion. So sorry, world, for understanding that my home country is important when it comes to global stability. I also do genuinely apologize for the misinformed tourists or hippies that tour your countries, though, looking for odd spiritual development because you're a ...
... Pakistani background) offering me a custom-made suit by 6:00 PM. Others subtly exposed their wristwatches and tapped them trying to entice us to buy (“Rolexes” one would assume). Son, the guide, had warned us that, at best, the “Rolexes” would have the correct time twice a day and had to kept level or the hands would swivel around.
Carol thinks the British influence has declined significantly since the changeover occurred and HK is more ...