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... amazing. If there wasn't a bakery or deli, I swear there were air fresheners. I've never travelled in a better smelling city! The first day we strolled around our side of the island, shopping and riding the escalator system to midtown. Honestly, the vendor stalls are better than the high end stores. We made sure to hit the Temple Street night markets in Kowloon before retiring for the night. The next day we slept in, which really only happens ...
... with us, and spoke continuously as she showed us the around the apartment. Then, she was gone.
We dropped our bags then headed out looking for food. Just after 1am on a Sunday night, and everything was open and there were people everywhere on the adjoining main streets - Bleeker and MacDougall. We grabbed a slice of sausage pizza each. I've been talking about that pizza eversince. It was incredible. We then went back to the apartment to sleep.
... huge monastery in the middle of the mountains (you get a cable car to it) and its is where the biggest bronze Buddha in the world sits. It is a very surreal place to go and potentially one of my favourite places here. Yes it was full of tourists, yet it seemed like the most peaceful and calm environments I have ever been in - it has a very strange sense of calm and serenity. Also the Buddha has a swastika on his chest showing the origins of it. Final ...
... We had to take a taxi, because the driver has busy. One short ride later, and we were in the office in charge of all new residence registrations. All of the places that require for you to wait, have a computerized ticket machine. You touch the button that corresponds to your need and then you wait to be called. Thirty minutes later they call us. I let Adam take charge, and next thing I know I'm been asked for my password. Then we go sit down. Turns out, due to ...
... many hotel rooms, as we unpacked a limited amount of clothing for the next three days. Then came the first dilemma of the holiday - David had omitted to pack Susie's plastic hangers for her skirts. How will she cope for 90 days without them? Watch this space for developments. Our ankles visibly expanded before our eyes as we took off our flight socks. "What would they have been like , if we weren't wearing the flight socks?", asked ...