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Sham Wan Tsuen

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  • Day60

    Roadtrip in Zahlen

    December 20, 2018 in Hong Kong ⋅ 🌙 23 °C

    Unsere Reise ist nun endgültig vorüber. Wir warten am Gate in Hongkong, bis wir boarden können.
    Das Fazit unseres Trips in Zahlen:
    - 44 Tage unterwegs mit dem Camper
    - genau 6'200 Kilometer gefahren
    - ca. 810 Liter Benzin verbraucht
    - 123 öffentliche Toiletten benutzt
    - 7 mal auswärts gegessen
    - 14 Campingplätze besucht
    - 276 Sandflies getötet
    - 0 Unfälle gebaut
    - 2 mal falsche Strassenseite befahren 🙄
    - nie verfahren 😜
    - 2 Bücher gelesen
    - 5 mal bedauert, keine Pinguine gesehen zu haben
    - 3 Beulen am Kopf wegen Platzverhältnis im Jucy
    - 11 mal Abwasser geleert

    Was wir vermissen werden (Achtung kann Spuren von Sarkasmus enthalten):
    - Mücken jagen
    - Am WLAN hinterherjagen
    - Bett aufbauen
    - nach öffentlichen WC's ausschau halten
    - kuschelige Platzverhältnisse
    - Lieder herunterladen bzw. hören, die beiden passen
    - Geklapper im Jucy während dem Fahren
    - Angst dass das Gas beim Kochen ausgeht

    Das Schreiben hat nun ein Ende. Es hat uns echt gefreut, dass wir so viele mit unseren Berichten begeistern konnten.
    Danke fürs fliessige läse und bis bald..!😘
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  • Day2

    Zwischenstopp in Hongkong

    November 19, 2017 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    1,5 h nach Amsterdam und gleich der erste Asiate neben mir.
    Dann Umsteigen in Amsterdam.
    Nun hieß es 10,5 h Flug. Abendessen war oke... Fleischbällchen mit Kartoffelbrei und dann Filme schauen, so solls sein.
    Nach 3 h Schlaf zum Frühstück aufgewacht, dann sind wir auch schon bald gelandet.
    In Hongkong sein Gate zu finden ist gar nicht so einfach, aber es hat geklappt. Jetzt sitz ich hier übermüdet und warte auf meinen Flug nach Taipei.
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  • Day52

    Lång dags färd mot natt

    March 1, 2017 in Hong Kong ⋅ 🌙 18 °C

    5 timmars väntan i Hongkong för flyget till London som avgår 01:00. Sedan drygt 13 timmar innan Heathrow och så småningom Kastrup. Det har redan varit en lång dag även om första biten med båt från Hayman Island var helt OK. Vi hann till och med äta en tidig frukost så vi ska inte klaga, dessutom är utsikten från frukostbordet magnifik. På flyget från Hamilton Island till Cairns lyckades vi också få en bild från "vår" ö och även ytterligare en bit av Stora Barriärrevet från ovan. Det känns lite svårt att vända hemåt efter alla fantastiska upplevelser på vår långa resa. Vi ser ändå fram emot att plåga er alla med oändliga historier om våra upplevelser, - vi ses snart!Read more

  • Day2

    A long wait in Hong Kong

    August 13 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 30 °C

    We have a 19 hour lay over in Hong Kong today. We had planned a day's sight seeing, but due to the risk of further protest demonstrations, we decided to forgo the trip into the city, and just spend the day in the airport😥.
    We spent an hour in a queue that went forever to get to the transfer desk, but eventually discovered it was a queue for people with cancled flights. Fortunately our flight was the next day and was not cancelled so we just walked through an almost deserted security check to the departure area.
    Our decision to stay at the airport proved wise as another protest that closed the airport again started in the afternoon. My thoughts and prayers go out to the protesters who are trying to hang on to the small freedoms they have under the two country system. We were watching what was going on outside the airport and in the downstairs check in area on the TV news and streaming live via YouTube, along with the rest of the world. It was quite scary when the Chinese police in full riot gear tried to storm the airport to try to dislodge the protesters that were blocking the departure lounge but thankfully they withdrew. There were press everywhere and hundreds of people filming. I think this helped to create restraint on both sides.

    We spent a very long day in the airport never sure if our 1am flight was actually going to go ahead . We were so glad we decided not to leave the airport as I'm sure If we had we would not have been able to return and would have missed our flight to Madrid . We finally took off at 2.30am after 20.5 hours, relived to be on our way again. I fell asleep almost as soon as I sat in the chair, I think i also slept through the take off. 😊
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  • Day185

    Bangkok to Hong Kong

    October 21, 2015 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 77 °F

    Bleary eyed we rose in the pre-dawn darkness to tentatively eat a breakfast our still sleeping stomachs reluctantly accepted. Through the silent streets by taxi, we bade farewell to the humid heat and entered the bright and airy cocoon of airport controlled atmospheres, which would accompany us until we arrived in London.

    Daylight steadily motioned across the departure gate's glass panelling, illuminating our plane as we boarded. Nestling down into our seats we settled into the few hours it would take to cross back over the countries we had visited and land in Hong Kong to transfer planes.

    Both tired but not ready to sleep we watched with surprise as a man, seated across the aisle and donning what appeared to be liberated hotel slippers, broke into heavy snoring within one minute of takeoff. However his symphony did not last long before he was asked to change seats to accommodate the whims of a young girl who did not want a window seat after all.

    Entering the cavernous terminal at Hong Kong we changed the last of our remaining money to buy a picnic of Starbucks pie and muffin over brown napkins, the taste still lingering as we were called to board...
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  • Day2

    HKG to DXB

    May 9 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    Next leg of the outward bound journey, that was always going to be long.. Hong Kong to Dubai... Flight takes off 00:35 hours. We will definitely sleep this leg.. We've walked 20,000 steps on about 3 hours sleep, and we are feeling it. We've so far done two planes, a ferry, and a train!

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Sham Wan Tsuen, 深湾村

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