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... humidity so I sat down and was wishing I knew how to back out and just go home without looking like a giant whiny baby. Lisa was still tossing the bee around for another 15 minutes and then she came over and said “I am exhausted, how are you?” I admitted that I was pooped and she said let’s go home. She said goodbye to the organizer and we left. Once I got home I showered and then proceeded to lay around for an hour before I headed upstairs to my neighbor’s house ...
... to round them up and get on the tram. Anyway, I think the tram went via Beijing, it took so long. On arrival, somewhere, no one had a clue where we were, or where were supposed to go.
We unfortunately asked a Pommie scalper where to go; ignored his sound advice and stepped further into the morass.
About 2 hours later we staggered to the harbour, with the intention of canning the beer and lunch, and hoping to catch a ferry back over ...
... Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Ladies Market and 1881 Heritage Building. It was an alright day considering but it’s boring walking around on your own. My last day was spent in Stanley Beach, which was nice to see but again full of Westerners.
Overall I did like Hong Kong and would love to go back, maybe even to teach…but like any city when it rains it left me a bit disappointed. So by the time I had to leave I was very excited to go! :) ...
... chat with this woman about the cost of living in HK. Apparently it is one of the 5 most expensive cities in the world. But the consumerism is crazy here. Everybody seems to be shopping every night until at least midnight. After Dim Sum, Kathy and I took everyone back to the dessert place from the other night. It was lined up down the block again so we got take away. Well, time to bring my clothes in off the line and hit the hay in preparation for tomorrow's ...
... costs about 1000 HK
dollars a month which is about 140 US dollars. The privately owned accommodation inevitably looked smarter and was a lot more expensive. On the way back in the coach we saw the impressive array of tower blocks which make up the iconic landscape of Hong Kong. The IFC (International Finance Centre) building is the second highest building in Honk Kong but the most famous because both Batman and Angelina Jolie have both jumped off it (in different films of ...