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So I've just uploaded my blog on Korea and here I am instantly starting a new one. Two-and-a-half weeks have passed, and of course I've done a lot of things during that time! As I wrote already, I was swamped with work and several different deadlines, but fortunately I also found some time to have fun!
The Wednesday after I returned from Seoul (15 October), it was time for another reunion: I met my second-cousin Ivo who has been living ...
... unsurprisingly we didn't recognise a single name so enjoyed the walk and headed down to the train station for the next stop.
Whilst we checked the map we noticed a large advertisement for a Batman exhibition in Causeway Bay (where forever21 is) to celebrate 75 years of the comic book. Andy found it ***********tain his excitement so we had to pop in to see what it was about. The train station came straight up into the main floor of the shopping mall. There was an Adam West style ...
... You'd be pretty damn good at the SAT, don't you think? Next time somebody gives you flack about the rise of Asian schools over American/Western ones, remind them of that one time where you went to school for 7 hours. Oh, I mean every time. And then had enough time for 2-3 hour sports practices, and then an additional 4-5 hours of relaxation at home before the next day. That 130 point difference doesn't seem to be worth much now, does it?
And the ...
... Kongers generally talk down but we actually quite enjoyed seeing the lasers coming off a few of the skyscrapers to a soundtrack. Such tourists ha ha.
With that, our whirlwind stop in HK was over. We had an amazing time and send a big thank you to Shelli, Justin and their housemates (REEM). You guys were great and are welcome to come stay with us wherever we are in the world, whenever.
5 months down, 6 weeks to go. Only Fiji, New Zealand and Sydney left. ...
... we buy 2 tickets for the 3D version with glasses, nip around the corner to buy some extremely nice macadamia caramel popcorn and get ready.
We walk down the stairs and see scaffolding and the floor is covered with cardboard, and there is the unmistakeable sound of building going on. No one else looks disturbed, so we find Theatre 5 and it is a delight, thankfully. Big, wide, deep comfortable chairs, we settle in and watch the film, with ...