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Well, this will be my last entry after an amazing adventure! The last couple of weeks was all about the river cruise! We boarded the ship in St. P and disembarked in Moscow after 11 wonderful days. The ship was at half capacity due to Russian sanctions the tourist numbers are down this year, so instead of 170 passengers,there were only 80. We were the only 2 Aussies (a ...
... nourishment and that is not far away. We find the delightful Al Molo Italian Restaurant next to the cruise terminal and sit at their outdoor restaurant to enjoy pizza and prosecco, my little touch of Italy.
Feeling restored we head back off to explore more of the beautiful waterfront promenade, it is a little windy and foggy but it is still exciting to us. We walk as far as the Intercontinental Hotel, ...
... hotel. We choose one called Island Pacific, which is situated on Hong Kong Island. When we booked we had paid for a city view, however, when we checked in we asked for quiet room and to our joy we were upgraded to a harbour view on the 16th floor. The room was a bit on the small side, but the view of the harbour and the city across the water made up for this. Hong Kong is famous for, amongst other things, its skyline especially at night. Last time we were on the other side looking ...
... feels the most international of them all. Lots of different kinds of people around, it's the only place that doesn't feel like locals vs. tourists. In fact, it feels a lot like the U.S. All these pastries, and McDonalds, and Starbucks. People in Tokyo were very polite, yet seemed lonely. Vietnam people were very friendly, but also pushy in sales. Hong Kong seems like the people are very real, it's just a lot more fast paced. The tram up ...
I'm certainly a liberal guy, but I'm also a realistic one. One thing that has grown increasingly annoying on Facebook and everywhere else in the U.S. is the constant complaining without doing. Nobody knows what life is like on the outside, but complain about the inside. I was definitely one of those people. I thought I was enlightened when I criticized the U.S. for this and that--I was a grown, informed adult speaking out. Though there were plenty of people ...