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... levels. It was very misty to begin with so I went outside and got a Starbucks coffee. Then went back and caught more escalators to the sky dome and was rewarded with a fabulous view of Hong Kong and Victoria Harbour. Came back on the bus which was almost as exciting as the tram coz the driver careered round the corners and caught glimpses of the city through a foliage of ...
... and we had our usual dim sum for lunch with a couple of Chinese dishes thrown in, delicious! It was good having Joc and Lan there to help guide us around and they know their favourite stores.
We are still deciding exactly what to do today but it is a lovely clear day so will be nice views everywhere. Just about to head down to South Horizons for you know what, yes dim sum! We are not sick of it yet.
... too and people were throwing coins at them even though the sign clearly said DO NOT THROW COINS! We took some pictures and then made our way to the bus terminal to go to Tai-O.
The bus tickets were included in our Ngong Ping ticket so we took the bus around the mountain to a little fishing village down the bottom. From there we walked through all the market stalls selling fresh, swimming and dried seafood and made our way to the Tai-O Boat excursion. I ...
... with our new friends Ross Adam Laura and Lynne to go over to Lantou Island to see the big buddah and take the glass floored cable car! Exciting!In the evening we just went for a wander in the streets of Hong Kong and grabbed some nice food in a shopping mall then went to a Bar that had been reccomened call the Red bar which was ontop of the ICC mall underneither the skyscrapers!
... is fantastic and will give them freedoms that they've never known before. I had a lesson on American college life before and had to fill them in on dorm life and whatnot--it absolutely blew their minds that American universities have apartments, suites, and dorms that include kitchens, fridges, washing machines, etc. I told them in my apartment, we had a 40 inch TV, a projector screen and projector, kitchen, fridge, sofas, five rooms, and a living room. ...