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... task and his mind was with him this morning. Despite the very early 5am wake up call. And the snoring roomy who kept him awake half the night. Actually much like my night really. Max is more convinced than ever that he and I should be sharing and leave the two snore bears together. We had a night at the airport hotel at Narita last night as our flight was so early. It was a great idea in fact as it meant for far less stress this morning. Neither Max nor ...
Hong Kong the place of high risers, with about 8000 buildings with more than 14 floors that is more than double that of New York. It's a massive concrete jungle. Our first day in Hong Kong we caught a shuttle bus to a shopping centre, would have to say the worst shopping centre I have ever been to. Oh and they didn't tell us that most of the shops don't open until 11am. So we headed back to the ship for some R&R before our evening tour. Our evening ...
... Nauczyliśmy się z nimi dogadywać, tłumaczyć czego szukamy, negocjować cenę (no dobra, bo coś kupiliśmy, ale a tyle nieistotnego, że nie zaliczamy zakupów do udanych)… J. natomiast zobaczył na własne oczy „centrum dystrybucji" towarów zamówionych na aliexpress :)
Shopping nam się nie udał. Z Shenzhen wyjechaliśmy rozczarowani :(
... my decision. One could argue that it's an extreme way to find balance - I don't disagree. I surprisingly found this change to be easier that I thought. I'm pleased to say I successfully completed 8 weeks of pure vegan and significantly reduced my cholesterol score. To further maintain my balance, I've decided to "treat" myself to meat one day a week.
And last, but certainly not least, as a way to ...
... white dolphins, unfortunately there were none to be seen but I enjoyed it nevertheless.
I took a bus journey along a winding road up to Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island. At the viewpoint (the highest point in Hong Kong) there were amazing 360' views over the island and across the bay to the mainland, despite the blanket of fog settled across the city. From the busy Central area I took the ferry back to the mainland which gave a ...