Another day another ciuncou and leaving hongHkong this morning it was an education to find that just when roads in the uk are at their busiest the traffic in hong kong is still ssleep so my taxi sped to the sirport from jordan in just fifteen minutes i think anyone would be hard pressed to better that. The flight sss fine coming sfter a really grest breskfast in the executive loungevwhen i even hsd aaguiness at is thirty in the morning. The China airlines flight was nearly empty, we got there ahead of schedule and immigration formalities took just a few moments and my case was coming round on the carousel as I got to it. Then I went and got our airport express train tickets and went back to arrivals to wait martin who had been on a very full flight on Singapore airlines? Then we arrived at the main station, it was quite simple to find our hotel and left baggage there, got complimentery water and did some shots of buses nearby. Martin found an up-to-date map at the metro counter and got day tickets then metro to the light rail or tram line. Nothing much to write home about but we had a ride and a few kinesics shots, most passengers seemed to be locals taking their first ride, cameras were the norm so we got no hassle. Very overmanned especially at crossings and junctions, we saw the university branch line in construction and got nice shots there. Neither of our phones work here and it took a while for the staff to get our internet connected. I've got the hotel to turn off the music in the corridor and it is now peaceful. Without windows it should be quiet, we had a couple of craft beers on the way back to the hotel plus s MC Donald's as we saw few other options in near reach. Tomorrow we trade in our vouchers for rail tickets and get which speed train to the port in the south. Very hot and muggy weather. n C here to edit.
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