Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Back In Hong Kong

After a great flight on an EVA Air MD-90, including one of the best meals we've ever eaten on a plane, let along a small plane, we landed at HKG. We parked at a remote gate and a bus was waiting to take us to the terminal without too much delay. Fortunately, we were allowed to carry on our roll-aboards.

Immigration didn't take too long, although the young official seemed fascinated with all of the countries that are stamped in our passports, we picked up some cash from an ATM, paid for the bus that would take us past our hotel, and went out to stand in line for 15 minutes until it arrived.

The bus ride from the airport allowed us to gawk at buildings, bridges, and tunnels during the 70-minute trip.

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