Most of today was spend stressing out about a non-existent flight.
There are, however, some great things about Hong Kong airport. This mini-bean sculpture is one of them; the other is a FANTASTIC service called City Check-in, whereby you can check-in to your flight in the city centre and your luggage is transported to the aiport. You can do this first thing in the morning and have a productive day (at work / sightseeing / whatever you want) and just turn up at the airport in time to get through immigration and security. Other airports of the world, take note.
Sheung Wan is one of the less Western areas of HK Island. After pottering around here, I went to the fantastic Hong Kong Museum of History. It’s well worth a visit.
Rebecca had to head off to Cambodia today which has given me a break from the HK expat life (i.e. constant eating/drinking/partying) and some time to tick the tourist boxes. I took the tram up to ‘The Peak’ and took a walk with incredible views of the Island. One side is practically empty and the other looks like this.
I arrived in Hong Kong today to visit my childhood friend, Rebecca. We headed straight out to the races, dinner and drinks. By the time I got to bed I’d been awake for 23 hours.