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... and he will might grow up between a lot of other children making the best of life. Learning what trust and love means. Maybe he will be a fighter and his only goal will be to make the best of his life. Which in that case he is much better off than a lot of the average Dutch spoilt children who have not been prepared for the real world. Just packed my suitcase for a short trip to Hong Kong. From the bush to a crowded city I have never been. ...
... which led to it being classified a semi-authoritarian regime with highly suppressed political rights. The head of the government, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, is chosen by an Election Committee of 400 to 1,200 members, a situation that will be in effect during the first 20 years of Chinese rule.
Hong Kong is a world city and is one of the Alpha+ cities. As Hong Kong ranks ...
... in the rain to reach the Peak Tram which took us up the side of HK mountain. Fairly over cast but still a fantastic view from the top. Back down the mountain and straight to Yum Cha (traditional HK style). A quick visit to some street side markets and then we boarded a boat back to Kowloon. We found Kowloon park and enjoyed the kids playground. Train back to hotel. Another swim in the pool and then off to the airport to fly to ...
... could not be better. We also enjoyed the urban and cosmopolitan atmosphere of the restaurant, even though we were wearing our same “going out” uniform. That evening, we took our time to eat, enjoy the views and chat about the school, the friends and the contrast between life in Switzerland and in other parts of the world: what we will miss when the trip is over and what we will appreciate ...
... br> pretty well; well maybe not so much Paul.
First full day in HongKong and to be
honest we didn't like it. It was so loud, busy smoggy, stuffy and
really smelly! The streets actually were not that dirty or anything
but I guess the smog, apparently coming over from mainland China, and
general food and sewage meant whiffs of foul smells kept wafting
around us. The first few people we met were also quite rude (washing
lady in a very bad mood, ...