The South China Hotel
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... rest of Hong Kong consisted of relaxing, eating and drinking. Oh, and for all those Aussies who sent me messages about the Scotland-Australia rugby match where I have since discovered that it was dodgy refereeing decisions that cost us. What goes around comes around :-P
I'll see some of you soon, some of you later and some of you I don't know when. For now though, this blog is closed.
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We had two days in Hong Kong staying at the Eaton Hotel in Kowloon. Kowloon means nine dragons. 2.1 million people live in 8000 and growing high rise buildings on 47 square Kim's of land....highest density in the world and double the number of high rise buildings as New York. We took the Big Red Bus around Kowloon and enjoyed the air con down stairs on the second loop. It ...
... I retraced my steps and enjoyed the downhill ride just as much.
Leanne showed me where to find a well known silver shop near by so I called in there on the way home intending to find some treasures. Where have all these crowds come from? Wisely, I left and my pocket is the better for it.
Tonight a few guests have been around for Friday night drinks. Again, just like old times. Lots of wine and laughter and a lovely night spent with good friends.
... that country. I am thinking that Ireland and Italy are places that I will never get sick of and could, one day, spend a chunk of time in either one.
Travelling is euphoric and exhausting but I am always left with the feeling there is more to do and more to see. My feet, at this moment, would say "no more" but I know they will recover and we will go again. Soon, hopefully.
... and more quiet and empty on campus, and it was strange that many of my friends had already left. Saturday evening I had a nice good-bye dinner with Anne and Rob. Anne and I decided to cook ourselves: we made baked potatoes and salad. Afterwards we convinced Rob to join us at Aqua, my favourite skybar in Hong Kong, to drink pornstar martinis. We had a lot of fun, although it was strange that this was my last proper evening in Hong Kong. The next day I was leaving for ...