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Heading off for our Scandinavian holiday.
We flew out just after midnight and although a little tired it did give us the whole day to pack, clean up and finish of a few last jobs. We even had time to go out to Cystal Jade and have our last taste of Chinese food for a while.
We anticipate crowds at the airport and were pleasantly surprised when we were able to book on our luggage, go through security and immigration in about ten minutes. This gave us a bit ...
... in that area, we went into the back streets where there were markets and some shops still didn't open until noon. We did a bit of shopping then found an Apple reseller, went in there for help for the Travelpod, but like I thought, we deleted the App, then reinstalled it and this time it opened, all stories there minus the 2 entries that I thought were going to be gone. Very frustrating. While we were there, they connected us to their ...
... the people rushing to and fro. Then we reentered the Ocean Terminal mall with its high-end shops. We visited some of these pretending that we were trying to buy for our grandkids. In an English shop, we priced matching coats for the 6 Israeli grandkids. According to the size they ranged from $400 to $600 each. Then we moved on to another store where I witnessed a couple purchasing gifts for their kids. Each gift was wrapped and the shop would ...
... to see.
We are now in Hong Kong awaiting our flight to Beijing on Dragonair, Cathay's regional airline. Its funny because the regional airlines over here fly aircraft with over 300 seats. Back home the regional airlines are lucky to have 70 seats.
Once we get to Beijing, we are going straight for lunch with the group of interviewees and the Hainan people. Then ID pictures, then hotel and sleep (I might try to squeeze in a quick 5K run on the treadmill)....
... customer service outdid Hong Kong and EE managed to unlock my iphone overnight (even though they told me 20 working days) for £20!
3. Burmese visa really isn't that hard to get at all- one simple form, HKD150 and one sexy passport photo- all done!
I warned you my first entry will be boring but I will endeavor to do better when I reach Thailand which is tomorrow! EXCITED!! Let's get packing! ...