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... more than a few photos and are soon off to the floating village of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen has for generations been a fishing port and home to the Tanka and Hoklo clans who originated from the mainland coastal areas of China. Recognized by their large-brimmed hats these boat-dwellers were once forbidden to live on land or marry land people and were born, married and died aboard their sampans and junks. We board a small junk and take a tour around ...
... us not to buy any, as we were going to be fed on the plane. Some walking around the shops, watching other peoples bags (made friends, we think we must look very trustworthy, lol) and it was already time to board our next flight!
Quite surprised we had to get on a bus to get to our plane, but goodness it was big! Airplane wasn't full at all so had plenty of space! Miriam and Clíona watched Rio 2 on the plane, good laugh. Had their dinner and went to sleep ...
... amazing, so many mountains and buildings. Most of the apartments near the airport are actually empty! This is a place to visit sometime... just flying in and people watching the weird and wonderful at the arrivals and departures lounge is not enough.
The only awesome part of this flight was flying over my eventual location and following the Hudson River in New York City.
So tired, but wow, so ...
... about this sometimes, because even my students run into me, when they are looking right at me. I often wonder if their perception development is hinder due to the amount of time they spend reading, being focused on a book, at such a young age. It affects their eyes, which is why so many have sight problems, and why they have eye exercises as part of their daily routine at school. Any way, I got a little side tracked. Fortunately the HK station was located directly next to the ...
... in the dark. After watching the skyline lights for 10 minutes, I went back. There was once again a long queue, but I expected that. The final stop of the day was the avenue of the stars again. This time I would be viewing it at night time. I made my way to the ferry terminal to take Star Ferries right to the Avenue of Stars. It costed me 2.50HKD. The night time views from Avenue of the Stars were amazing. The city lights were lit up beautifully. After spending ...