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After landing, customs, security etc. and collecting our baggage, we are once again greeted by our pick up service. This has proved to be a valuable experience as we do not have to negotiate a foreign language and driver knows exactly where we are going.
Arrive back at the Holiday Inn in the main shopping strip and check in. After showering and changing we head off for dinner. Seeing as the last time, we ate Italian!, we thought we would try the ...
... up the flight, and weren’t quite the last aboard.
We had managed our now-usual window and aisle booking, and had a young Chinese guy between us who slept most of the flight. Dianne managed to get some photos of Hong Kong and a strange tightly packed group of offshore islands with sandy beaches, reputed to be Manado on the point of Sulawesi. The entertainment was individual seat back screens, with a fair choice of programs, ideal for ...
Landed in Hong Kong after a turbulous flight and followed the sheep through the next departure gate. The first thing to see on the other side is good old Macca's! By the line up that was there at 5 in the morning, there is every chance I will be doing the same thing in a weeks time after a week of Chinese food. Weather muggy and cloudy at the moment but clearing, all I need to do now is find ...
... was so relaxed and friendly, I honestly would love to go back. While I was there, I tried many dishes a couple of my favourites were, the sweet beef dumplings, the pork dumplings with this delicious sweet-breading that was deep fried (it was soo freaking good) and a double roasted Papaya soup. I think I will actually try to make that one when I get home! Although I only ordered 4 items off the menu, between the Chinese couple and the group of Chinese women who came in after them, ...
... knew which station the train terminated at…..
Lesson learned…. don't ever rely on someone else's instructions without double checking for yourself!
The process then was quite straight forward. Go through Chinese Immigration on the Chinese side, walk through to the Hong Kong border and go through immigration again, get some Hong Kong dollars out to pay for the train, buy tickets, and catch the right train to Hong Kong Central. 3 trains ...