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... though, cos visibility at the peak can sometimes be cloudy. can also go at nighttime if you prefer a night view. or go just before sunset and get both views!
There is Stanley Market. Its ok but the market itself is nothing too special. its on the south side of the island. mainly, its just a different area of hk to see. it is a nice, quieter more chilled side of hk if you fancy checking out a relaxed area by the sea, have lunch there, could be nice.
Woooo! Made it safely to London and free wifi! We arrived around 12:30 pm, and immigration was pretty fast and easy. Not like compared to LAX with a zillion people, but maybe I caught it at a good time. When the immigration officer asked what we were doing in London, we told we about all of our whirlwind countries, and she was like, "contiki tour?" and I smiled and said yes. You know **** is about to go down when they know ...
... building, which is where Big Ben stands. The outside of the building is so ornate and magnificent, that I had to see what the inside held. This is one of those tours that I wasn't sure would be worth it, especially after the security check where they took my picture for a temporary ID card that they made me wear around my neck. I was there near the end of the day so there wasn't a ton of people there. The tour group that ...
... our spot for the changing of the guards. We stood there for about 45minutes and then the "ceremony" began. A bunch of the red uniform guards came marching in with their tall furry hats. They were followed by more red uniformed people playing instruments! It ended up being a huge ceremony that lasted over an hour! It was really cool to see and it was all done to change 2 guards. They are the guards that you always see in movies who can't move or talk. They actually exist, and I ...
... bees, much the same as anywhere I suppose. I was coping OK, just, then my Dad
was taken ill and unfortunately passed away, leaving my Mum in need of lots of
support. Still OK just. Three days later my daughter’s marriage ended and again
I was around to help and support. It was then I cracked and felt unable to
cope. Sympathetic aaaahhhh required at this point, please.
Unfortunately there was still room somewhere in ...