Motel 268 (Shenzhen Hongling)
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Another hot, hot day. Being out in the sun was unbearable so where possible we walked our way through air conditioned malls. We fought our way up to the Peak this morning, a marvelous day to be up there, but obviously a lot of other people felt the same. We queued for about 15 mins, part of which was in the sun. Jeff and Viv jumped out and got cold drinks for us, but the sweat was just ...
... for our trek the following day. I hadn't realised this was going to be such a fun yet exhausting day, we set out around 9am after a greasy breakfast of pancakes and an egg sandwich in to the rice terraces and we walked until about 3pm taking in the scenery on open plains and through tiny paths weaving up and down the terraces. We then had an uneasy lunch of noodles (of course) I say uneasy as just behind me was a cage with a huge snake in it. I kept checking to make sure it ...
... so I walked back across Hong Kong at night, getting lost and taking in the craziness of the place!
The next day I walked all over and ended up in the CBD. I took a tram to the top of Victoria Peak, the highest point in HK, where you can normally get views right across the city. Unfortunately the weather was very smoggy, so I couldn't see as much as you get in the tourist photos, but it was still a good experience.
... it's just not in the cards at the moment. I can tell you from first-hand observations and conversations that the U.S. is so much more open than you think (I really can't stress that enough).
"But I went to Europe, and they're so open there! You can drink beer on the streets! They can actually agree on issues!" That's great! You're right, many places in Europe are open, for whites of varying opinions and sexualities. You know the big difference between the U.S. ...
... general airplanes being a **** place to try and sleep, aircraft too hot (they've taken all the blowy things out), and people generally being ******* annoying lead me to think angry thoughts. Leah swapped seats with me with 2 hours to go, I got comfy and they switched the lights on for breakfast. Hahahahahahahaha. **** you. Finished another book Oh and if that wasn't enough, THE WORST and most prolonged turbulence I've ever encountered whilst not taking off or landing. Oh ...