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... are all these fortune tellers set up in little booths there and we decided, after a bit of bargaining with the price, to get our palms read. Well three of us did, Lan watched instead. We all got told we were going to live long lives, the lady who karry and I had told us we had very good husbands and she did say Karry had three children and I had four, even though she wasn't spot on with the sexes. Karry has a bad stomach ...
... It is actually quite a thrilling ride, especially as you cannot see where you are going. Very Very fun. Anthony wanted to go on this again too. But I overruled and said we needed to see more of the park.
The next stop was Fantasy Land and when we arrived we were just in time to see the Golden Mickeys Show. The golden Mickeys is based on a Broadway awards ceremony with acts from the Nominees. They had acts from Toy Story, Hunchback of Noltre ...
... room for a quick lunch at 11.30am. Once lunch was finished we were ready to explore Hong Kong. The cruise terminal is the old airport, so is very large and it seems to take forever to get outside the terminal. They have free shuttle buses organized to take us to the local shopping center and subway station. We have a quick walk through Telford Plaza before finding the right train to take us to the Ladies Market. It is 7stops away ...
... didn't know it) he rang ahead and booked us a hotel room. Having contacted our friends in HK - for me, a friend called Steph, and for Nicola, a friend called Elsa - to tell them this, we resigned ourselves to an unexpected night in Shenzhen.
As we came into Shenzhen and the driver began dropping the others off, we got a call on our only working phone - Nicola's phone. This, as it turned out, was my friend Steph's uncle, Eddie, who Steph and her family had ...
... restaurant. The dumplings were excellent and, at about $16 for both of
us, definitely cheap!
We caught the MTR back to Causeway back and wondered through
the array of neon lit streets, back to the hotel… to catch a cab… to the
airport… to fly home.
We now sit at Hong Kong airport – Susman with glass of
champagne in one hand, pork bun in the other, furiously catching up on overdue