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... pancakes, and waffles with all the usual British breakfast sides. I started to walk down the hill in search of the metro stop and passed more cool restaurants and shops. I stopped in Bookzine, an English book store with books, magazines, British candy, and different fun gifts. They had lots of things from Quotables, the inspirational card company that now makes mugs and bags as well. I bought "The Help," an American Cosmo, and some postcards ...
... waves. Lunch today was a hot dog on the pool deck, was a bit plain, we got talking again to Cheryl about Hong Kong and we talked her into going offshore tonight in Hong Kong !!. We left so we could attend The Royal Caribbean story showing on deck 3, a very interesting story. After this we wandered back through the ship, via the bar!! We had a real lazy day, but seemed to still do lots, we walked the stairs wherever we could which sometimes was ...
... a delicious meal before boarding the shuttle for the 5-minute ride back to the car.
We drove past Repulse Bay with its lovely beach on our way to fancy homes. Tired of hearing about movie stars and rich Chinese, we told the guide that we had no desire to see the homes of the rich and famous or the movie sites. She was stunned. It seems that most tourists want to shop in the high-end shops and see all the ...
... for a bag of reveals and £80 for a leg of lamb!! People eat out a lot here, wonder why? one of the most amazing things is the cost to live here too. Four beroom terrrace is 4.2 million!! I thought Tonbridge was bad.
The next day we went to victoria peak which has amazing views of hong kong.....however we saw nothing as it is so foggy here but still 18 degrees so not complaining. Going to try and go back ...
... much Mumford & Sons-like music in the soundtrack. But not a total ****.
We met a pal to watch The Wind Rises, the last (?) film from the Japanese filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki. The story was lacking, like any story involving specifics about planes (or boats or cars, for that matter), but the animation was beautiful--far better than any of the soulless computer-animated stuff that has gained so much popularity in the past fifteen years. Plus, the plane ...