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... a couple of purchases after a bit of bartering by moi! After all that excitement this finished the boys off! We are staying in an hotel where we kept seeing lots of rugby players and discovered that Hong Kong sevens are hosting the world's first Asian sevens. The sevens tournament was over the weekend and being held very close to our hotel. So we strolled in and the added bonus it was free to get in. We saw the opening ceremony appropriately a lion dance, afterwards it ...
... happily dozed all the way home. I even ate in the dining car at lunch. I had some perfectly cooked fish and crazy amazing bananas that I bought at the train station. Wish I brought my camera, but my car was way too far away to justify going back to get my camera. You will just have to imagine.
One last thing: you don't even want to know how much this trip cost me. I think it was about half a month's wages. Not kidding, do not go to Hong Kong with an empty wallet.
... fully flat and it's covered with a soft pad and a thick duvet. Sooooo comfy and warm! I slept so well that Joe had to violently shake me awake. I got about 7 hours of sleep and Joe got about 6.
With about 3 hours before landing, we decided to have another meal, this time in my pod. We each opted for dishes from the Asian menu. Joe had noodle soup with braised beef and I had a rice bowl with two kinds of pork sausage. Totally delicious! We ...
... m just being cynical and actually it was great but after 5 minutes, quite frankly I was bored. But the businesses on the other side had a captive audience who they could appeal to through the lights show in their advertising and this has to be capitalism at its absolute best! I have added a clip of the lights show so you can see what you think too. I would be intrigued to find out your ...
... side of the World just amps up the enjoyment even more. I headed off into the very humid morning haze to do about 10km of exploring and found wide footpaths under canopies of trees, typical Asian early morning sights of markets being set up, card games already being played, and old people power-walking. But the best thing was stumbling across the "Shenzhen Soil and Water Conservation Park", with its apparently endless network of timber decks and platforms ...