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... third of the way to go for the Star Ferry when we saw a Junk that was offering rides. Since we wanted to do that any way, we went ahead and boarded. We were hoping to see a community of junks but were VERY disappointed. The junk was well appointed with lounge chairs and pillows but the afternoon was so hot that we were nodding off. There was no narration, and most of the people on board were Chinese so we would not have understood it anyway. ...
... on this ride so i will try and get some footage up soon.
We ventured next to the World of Sea Jellies. There were so many different jellies and they were all illuminated. Our feet were sore and we were tired, we were looking for a seat to rest when we got lucky. The closest thing was Ocean Theatre and it was only 20min from the dolphin show starting. We sat down to rest and watch the show. The show was good, not as good as the ones in ...
... I just simply giggled with them, that was quite funny. I can easily say that this was a high light of the day. To see how it really works around there. And maybe yes, the tourist boat would give me information about places around, history about them and more. But nothing can be better than experiencing 5 minutes of their lives without any lies and commerce around it. What touched my heart was a man I spotted (I'm guessing a husband) leaving the boat sending loads of kisses in ...
... aimlessly passed the shops. Suddenly we were accosted by an interesting looking character. He wore worker cargo pants and a smart white shirt' he held a brief case with a funny looking mobile phone attached to his belt. He spoke to us in near perfect English which seemed a bit strange considering our surroundings. After a two minute conversation he pointed us in the direction of the metro, he told us to head for a station called Buji. We would find the East ...
... happy hour and were treated to awesome
renditions of classics from yesteryear by a gentleman behind a piano who we
referred to as “Hong Kong Kenny”.
We walked to a local neighbourhood and found a little café for
some sweet and sour pork, calamari, pigeon, and a couple of beers. From there
to a bar, which ironically turned out to be Japanese (Jon and Kym live in
Japan) for a couple of cocktails. My first, a ...
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