The Upper House
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... Buy your tickets in advance and get a reservation time. Alan’s team had done just that and to my surprise, we were whisked by the “waiting troops” to the head of the line!!! (None of us dared make eye contact with “the troops”)
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Woke early to see gray drizzle on the windows, not what we expected. Not a car on the road either, could have been a scene from "On the Beach", a very eerie feeling. Soon the city came to life and by the time we were ready to leave the sun was out and the day was clear and temperature high.
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It's only been 3 days but they have flown by and so many things have happened already!
The trip started off a bit unfortunate, there was a problem with the software of my plane so the flight was delayed. However, this gave me a great opportunity to meet the other exchange students who happened to be on my flight!
Upon arrival in Hong Kong we shared taxis to our colleges. CUHK is one of the few colleges in Asia that is divided into 9 ...
We arrived at Hong Kong airport at 5am, just as the sun was rising, and could see spectacular thunder-clouds from the plane. On the ground, it looked like it had been raining before dawn but then stopped and the weather was clearing. Our flight to Beijing wasn't until 9am so we spent a while walking around the airport then catching up on e-mails and the blog.
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