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... grocery store near the hotel, for about $1.47 US. Gotta help pay the rent)
The night time views from Victoria peak were spectacular, yet the best part was the colored fountain display that was going on while we waited for our buses back to the hotel. Families were there with their kids, which was a delight to all.
Enjoy the pictures; wish you could have been there with us.
Next Hong Kong, Day 3, more Icing ...
... a cab for the short ride back to our hotel, and then found a place to eat. We both had noodle soup, and shared a red bean milk drink which was very tasty. Back in our hotel room I prepared to transfer pictures from the camera to the ipad as usual, but kept getting an error message on the camera ("connection failed") and I have no idea why this is happening. The cable has worked flawlessly all this time. So I had no choice but to transfer pictures wirelessly, which was a very ...
... out to tea and the night markets. They were everything that you would expect, vibrant, colourful, noisy and smelly, all sorts of smells, for good and bad. We bought up and Jude was really pleased to buy some unique hand made silhouette cards. The lady made them herself. A bit further on we realised she obviouly had a thriving export market, how she did it did it so well was amazing!
... shares their room with one other person, and although they're quite small (about 14m2) they're furnished very practically and you have lots of storage space. A quick trip to Ikea was all I needed to completely settle in :)
In the evening some local students brought a a whole bunch of us to a restaurant. It was truly one of these places where only locals eat. At first I was taken aback a bit - the place looked really shabby with a plastic table cloth ...
... great help and we were invited to board first with a family with young children and a couple of people in wheelchairs.
We were in identical seats as the first flight on the same model plane. I saw the end of the movie The Best Offer (with Geoffrey Rush) that had been interrupted as we approached Hong Kong, while Angela was able get some sleep. We had a second breakfast for the day, fortunately slightly different from the one on the previous flight.