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... but I enjoyed the sushi. We ate far too much, the puddings were delicious. After dinner we went to Temple Street night market. It is absolutely full of tat. If the traders had been on Wellesbourne market they would have been arrested. However, unlike that market, Temple Street was full of atmosphere. Lots of restaurants selling sea food were busy and the stall holders were pleasant. You do the market once but you don't need to go ...
... couple of minutes. It can get quite crowded though.
Our visit to the gardens and the temple was much more pleasant than I expected, with a very peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.
Back on the train and our next destination was the Botanical Gardens and mini-Zoo where we had lunch - we were so hungry we ate decidedly dodgy looking ham and cheese sandwiches (we are still alive so I guess it wasn't as bad as I thought).
Then we lined up for ...
... to another bar which was even more packed and only stayed there for 10 minutes since one of the girls had her phone stolen right out of her purse. I felt so bad for her because she's actually a sweetheart and they had already turned off her phone and everything before she even realized it was gone. It ended up being a kind of ****** end to our night but all in all it was an absolutely wonderful day and so far I've realllly loved Hong Kong!
Love tal xo
... until 7. At 7 I went out and trained with the university squash team. Some awesome talent here, and it was nice to get back to the sport. After squash, I wasn't feeling great so I spent the night in with some of my floor mates learning about Hong Kong culture, while they learned about mine.
Saturday was definitely the highlight of the week. The 10 of us decided to take a trip over Lamma Island. We left around 10 am and headed down to Central Station where ...
... walk on the trail, filled with dense mist, listening to the birds singing, feel empty. I stroked the rough bark, pay attention to every landscape, as if a hermit, keep oneself to oneself.
The mist disappeared, but the dense fresh still, those originally shy hazy plant indifferently tore a yarn. I clearly see the vein texture, round dew sparkling rays of light.
Ren on the trail to walk to the top of the mountain, light and hot more powerful and act recklessly and care for ...