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Wow! What an overwhelming couple of days, I wish someone could have told me what emotions I should feel but to tell you the truth it's every emotion I have ever felt all wrapped in one. How can you be so miserable and heart broken but excited and pumped at the same time? Well it can be done. Our first obstacle was the fact our bags were ridiculously over the weight limit and we had to sit on the floor and empty them out. ...
... seemingly all of them attempting to pass through the one exit on Salisbury Road not closed off by police crowd control. But thankfully everyone remained calm and there was no emulation of the horrific scenes that happened in Shanghai the same night. It took an hour and a half to shuffle from the Clock Tower to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station on Nathan Road and it was after 2:00am before I finally made it home to Mongkok.
For New Year’s Day itself, ...
Friday 26th December
After breakfast in the hotel we caught the MTR to Kowloon where we joined the Kowloon leg of the Big Bus Tour. It lasted around 1 hour and took in most of the sights. Next it was a walk along Avenue of the Stars before jumping on a Star Ferry back across the water to Hong Kong Island. As we had 48 hours to use the Big Bus tickets we thought it best we went straight on to the Stanley and Aberdeen leg of ...
... city in the world, and one of the most densely populated, with a highly developed transport network with public travelling rate of 90%, the highest in the world.
It was occupied by the British after their defeat of China in the First Opium War in 1841 and was established as a Crown colony the following year. It became a free port benefiting from it’s deep water harbour, but it’s also has been seen as an area of safe shelter from the point of view of ...
... parlors for every good one in Hong Kong...). It was located in one of TST's famous mansions (these are like mini shopping malls - except much shabbier and infamous for its prostitution and drug-scene. However, I believe that these stories are a huge exaggeration - the mansions are mostly ruled by Indian men trying to sell you a suit or a fake watch). Eventually we found the place, and although it looked very nice, it was fully booked. After this, I decided I just wanted to go back ...