On Thursday Pablo and I where proper tourists. We walked through Hong Kong park to get to the tram that would take us up the peak. On the way we passed a tea muesum and we thought, why not? It was s*** But we made fun with it and i still had an ace time. We walked to the peak tram station and managed to bag a front seat (the other tourists where really pushy and rude so we where the same). The ride up was really cool, it was practically vertical for most of t...
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Was absolutely nackered and didnt enter this yesterday.. So, 'today' Pablo and I trekked to Shek O Beach to visit mum and dad during their filming. We got in the cab driven by an extremley chatty guy who proceede to tell us that Shek O was 45 minutes away and why where we going to Shek O and the beach was for locals and the waves where far too big for such a small boy. I told him we where visiting our parents and not to worry. The 45 minutes flew by as I entered...
Today I woke up pretty late cause of terrible jet lag but was pretty excited to start seeing this concrete mish mash of buildings. Beneath our hotel and the two others (which together form a triangle) are three MASSIVE shopping centres. HK is pretty much founded upon loads of underground malls. Really dissapointingly had a McDonald's for lunch, to be honest I was hoping to get one of those weird black and white burgers I've heard rumours about, but they didn't h...
So practically just touched ground in Hong Kong, Asias world capital. I'm really itching to go out and explore but to be honest the weather is a bit s*** and I got two hours sleep on my 12 hr flight. From what I've seen so far, this city is completely vertical. Towers upon towers of depressing estate buildings.. We passed a shipping dock on the way to the hotel and I realised how industrial HK was. Or as my mum likes to describe it 'blade runner crap'
First time eating alone in a restaurant... Bit weird, felt a bit awkward and lonely :C