Pavilion Century Tower
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... the weekend. I went from crazy busy to mostly a shut in all in a four day span.
This week has been nutty. Those little guys suck the energy right out of me. Today was smoother than the three before it. It wasn’t easy but it was better.
This week also included making plans to go to Thailand with some of my school chums. Which should be a good time.
Stay tuned. I will occasionally do some cool shhhh… er, stuff. Yeah, cool stuff.
... mentally handicap) working for Kodak were taking photos of people. We saw quite a few people saying they didn't want them but they were very persistent so the people had them in the end. We decided we wouldn't be awkward and just smiled when our turn came despite not really wanting it done. We thought that was the end of it until about 10 minutes later when one of the guys ran over to us with photos and key rings in his hand (already printed!!) ...
... from my final match or the dancing at the closing ceremony. We returned to the flat, packed our bags and cleaned up the kitchen. Sylvia had arranged a van to take us to the airport. Our driver was Anwar, the same guy who had picked us up on day 2 from Lantau Island. I decided to go with the rest of the gang even though my flight wasn't until 7:20 pm. I was going to go and take the cable car up to see the Big Buddha which is near the airport on ...
... may not be such a bad thing. Up to now Kathleen has been remarkably quiet about my mistake but I can sense the further we go the bigger the explosion is going to be when it comes. Fourteen days in the pokey for me while she calms down may work out to be the least worst option.
I mention to the driver I only have so many Hong Kong dollars left. He says "Ok.Ok." But his English is not all that great and I am not convinced he understands. But there is a huge building ...
... song, The House of the Rising Sun sung most beautifully in Chinese of course. Where else could this happen? We are standing in the middle of the road under the neon glare of a million brightly coloured lights in a state of wonder. We also saw grannies in masks dancing to heavy techno dance music, mime artists karaoke singers, hawkers and the interested like us. To say the experience felt other worldly is probably a bit of an understatement, and this is when we were ...