New Taoyuan Hotel (Headquarter)
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... the old with the new, busy alleyways, food stalls, broken paving, a vibrant atmosphere. Singapore has mosly replaced the old with order and airco.
Earlyish awake and dutifully to gym on the 6th floor. in prep for leg 2. Pat outpaces me 2:1 in the gym getting her 150h/b with hardly a puff. I manfully plug on immersed with importance of world news.
Hasslefree trip back to airport. Pleased with ourselves so far!.
... have a cool drink.
There were some rather precarious cliff edges on our hike, and at some points it was a little dangerous for free climbing. This was especially true when the path became very narrow and steep. Things got even more intense when we lost the trail. This was the best part because that was when the climb was the most challenging. We were lost for a good hour or so before eventually scaling a 500 meter cliff ...
Made me feel like a rank amateur to receive a measly 70 euro refund when they are walking away with a clutch of 200 and 100 euro notes.
As it often said on the bottom of my school reports:
'Debbie will achieve much better results if she applies herself more.'
OK, I promise to try harder.
... which are free - but as we’re not that keen on caged animals we walked quickly through to the Peak Tram station ready to go up on the world’s steepest funicular railway - only to find that it was closed for its annual maintenance! The replacement bus service took 45 minutes instead of the 10 minutes the tram takes which threw our plans into disarray - we’d planned to walk round the Peak but there really wasn’t time to do that and everything else we wanted ...
... wanted to run about just as the bus was pulling up and nearly falling over and Madness of people jumping over the top of each other just for pictures of a shanty town.
We were pretty wrecked after a day in the sun so after getting back to Kowloon side we had a quick shop for some baby clothes and went back to our room to enjoy noodles and a cold Tsingtao or two for me, ...