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... we picked up bicycles and went cycling with our group deep into the island's interior enjoying the beautiful surroundings and having something of a Jurassic Park experience being surrounded by these towering limestone peaks whilst cycling a scenic path. Along the way we came across dozens of small white butterflies that would fly in our slipstream and follow us along the way. We rode to a small village where we then did a short circular hike. We returned to our boat by bicycle ...
... fix it, only for the problem to develop all over again. They had offered us another room, but we declined because of all the packing and unpacking that we would have to do. Today we had enough of no flush, delayed flush, overflows and backups so we decided to bite the bullet and move; now we are sorry we didn’t do it earlier because this time the ship is almost totally full and we had to go to a lower deck and close to the bow of the ship. Any way it’s done ...
... puts Melbourne to shame. We went to one place called Oysters and had a quiet beer and then had a walk around the busy streets that were wall to wall pubs/bars. We decided to be cheapskates and grabbed a beer at the 7-11 and just walked around the area a bit. Eventually some of Nick's mates showed up to keep him company. Around this time me and Chloe were feeling sleepy so we decided to head back to Yuen Long for some much needed sleep.
... dive that turned out to be guidebook recommended (Its way better to find those places for yourself).
I struggled with the time difference – putting my clock forward eight hours had me sleeping til 11am and up until 2am. I didn’t love the airport either – what good is Louis Vuitton and Gucci when all you need is a bottle of water to wash down the pain killers and some space to sit down? But maybe that’s just some transit fatigue catching up with me. ...
... if not more. The view at the top was gorgeous. You get a 360 degree view and you can see the entire harbor. On the way back, we took the ferry across the harbor and it was a somewhat choppy ride. I liked it, but it seems that some of the people on our tour get seasick easily. Oops. It was a short trip though, thank goodness. We had another Dim Sum lunch at a nice restaurant back in Kowloon and then we were given our tickets to ...
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