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... well trimmed. We snapped some photos and then met at the base of the staircase to the top. I was a little worried about the time and potentially missing thecable car and missing a conference call I had for work that started at 9pm. It was 5:15 when we started up the stairs and I guess we finally made it up by 5:30. Out of breath, we paid our respects to the Buddha and took some photos from top. Incidentally, this might be a good time to mention ...
... 8 rugby finals at the ground alone. The occurrence of all these finals undoubtedly led to many celebrations that night. We joined Sam’s rugby team at their local bar, Carnegies, in Wan Chai. This bar was on par with many of the student bars in New Zealand. Before the end of the night was through, Henry was happily dancing on the bar, with no shirt on and accompanied by a solid Pom and a lad from Taranaki with the nickname Creep. Despite the good ...
... about 24579902584 floors up until you get to the sky terrace. Stepped out and nearly got blown away; it was kinda windy up there, but the views were worth it! It wasn’t too hazy so we could get some pretty good photographs. There were two stands on the terrace, shaped like a heart, entitled “I <3 You, The Peak” and people had written messages to loved ones or even to the actual mountain (fine). Typically I didn’t have a pen so I ...