GreenTree Alliance Shenzhen Futian Meilin
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... they seemed to like doing the latter a lot. We met up with Arielle and Andrew later in the day to take the Tram to the top of Victoria Peak. That's the highest place in HK and overlooks the entire city. The problem was that the line to get on the tram was 3 hours long. So we decided to try again in the morning. Instead we wandered the streets of HK taking in the sights and sounds of a city that is probably more frenetic than NY. We're off to Kowloon for some dinner. Enjoy the ...
... This took us one stop on the MTR (underground train) past the current pro democracy demonstrations so no problems there. Having eaten a burger with sweet and sour sauce(not the norm on the HR menu) Steve bought the obligatory T shirt.
When we got back to the hotel just time to take a picture of Hong Kong harbour and lights (attached) before collapsing into our bed
... roulette wheels (no double zero though). Then we wandered over to the Venetian where we had been told we could get better exchange rates to change our yuan to Hong Kong dollars. Which we did, while wandering through their casino, then trying to find somewhere to eat.
It is a totally artificial environment. And if you have ever been to Las Vegas, you have been to Macau - same same as the Vietnamese like to say. We really wanted ...
... though I was in pain, tired and foggy, I kept thinking that I could keep going. It made me think about the international students we have at Archbishop Williams. They make the journey a few times a year, usually by themselves. And they are 14-17 years old! They are so brave!
I didn’t have to wait too long for my bag. It was the best feeling seeing it on the carosel. I would’ve been screwed if it didn’t make it to China. I handed a woman ...
I'm also not really sure how tipping works. In Mexico we weren't supposed to tip cap drivers but in America we are. I guess I'll have to experiment a bit to see if I offend anyone.
I wonder how people in HK treat white people. Are we seen as having a bunch of money and being white giants? Or do they hate us for being on their island. Everyone is so *******ned professional all the time, it's so hard to tell what they are thinking.