East Lake Hotel
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... A bucket tried to catch the leak from aforementioned shower, but not successfully enough to deter the six inches of sitting water in the bathroom. Again, an adventure. Then... The kitchen. Not horrendous. Actually.... It was ok. The teal cabinets were s lovely accent against the bright yellow walls. The cabinets that were still attached mostly functioned, and we were assured that the pile of broken glass and debris that was once ...
... eye exam. We headed over and I looked at some glasses. While we were waiting for my turn to get an eye examination, my Aunt, Uncle, and Grandma had conjured up a story about me and my best friend. They had said that we were students and don't have a lot of money so we were looking for a good price. Linda got her eye examination for free. For me, I had picked out two frames. The first one started at $388 HKD and the other one started at $1388 HKD. This was for just the frames. Doesn't ...
... I dunno. There is at least lots more to see and do and eat if I ever have a stop over here again. I resorted my purchases and dumped all my Hong Kong notes before going to the bathroom for a bit of a shower and clothing change, and by shower I mean a series of wipes. Once I was feeling less gross I went to enquire about a better seat on the flight to Vancouver and managed to get an aisle seat but at the very back of the plane. I don't care though as I ...
... some seats! The tram starts out level but quickly begins it steep ascent to the peak. The wooden bench seats on the tram are angled to make the incline more comfortable although it's hard to help your brain justify passing skyscrapers at a 27 degree angle. The tram offers random views of the city through gaps in the bushes on the right. It was great fun and it is easily the best way to get to the peak and see the city from a height. It was also nice to be on a hill rather than up a building ...
... on numerous occasions. We bagged ourselves some "cheapcheap" clothes and escaped the hecticness of the market by diving into an all you can eat jobby. More hot pot, more dumplings.
We arrived far too late to get into the south stand at the start of the Saturday which was full by 9.00! Instead we forced down the jugs like they were warm sick in the north stand. However we soon sneaked in and attempted to watch some rugby but ...