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Hong Kong Disneyland!!!!

Fulfilling all my childhood fantasies in one weekend...

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I awoke at 4am in fear of having wet the bed, but realised the rain had made the roof leak (blush). Our flight was relatively uneventful 100_1173.jpg until we arrived in Hong Kong International Airport to begin our weekend food safari with a culinary indulgence at Burger King.100_1176.jpg

The Wax Museum:
100_1183.jpg After stuffing one-too many people inside an excessively small taxi, we took a = vertical train up to 'The Peak' where we had some fun with the wax figures....
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Disneyland:
It changed my life! All I wanted was a photo with Mickey and after 6 hours of ice-cream and fairy floss, way too much sugar and riding the Space Mountain roller coaster until I was sick, I got a big hug from Mickey and a kiss from Minnie :) 100_1296.jpg
Got chased by a mobile rubbish bin singing the YMCA100_1237.jpg
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The City:
Hong Kong has some of the most amazing modern architecture I have seen in my travels but their fascades are still attended to by ancient bamboo scaffolding!
100_1356.jpg100_1407.jpgThere is a really great mixture of old and new in Hong Kong that just seems to work.

The Hostel:
Finally made it to the alleged address of my hostel at about 11.30pm, absolutely shattered after 8 hours of Disneyland. It was in an ethnic ghetto full of old men loitering in the shadows, staring at the little white chick that smelled of gum leaves. 100_1352.jpgThe lobby full of Indian stalls selling fake dvd's, electronics and phone cards. I met one really friendly guy who was happy to call the hostel to find out if it in fact existed. I was given directions to 'C-Block, Level 15.' Yes, it my hostel was in prison block C. There were bullet holes in the stairwell 100_1350.jpgand my room was smaller than a prison cell. 100_1348.jpg Took my shower standing over the toilet and pushed my sandals under the door frame so I wouldn't become the victim of a 'Psycho'-inspired shower scene. Sheets were very clean but pulled the pillow case off to find my pillow covered in blood spatters. So grateful not to be raped in my sleep or awoken to the sensation of having my organs harvested. Hong Kong Hostel Horror

Ocean Park:
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100_1372.jpg Meeting Lazy Gator
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Deadly roller coaster which reached out over the South China Sea
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Resident sleeping panda at Ocean Adventure
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Panda Poo... That's enough.

Posted by VascoDiveMaster 15:56 Archived in Hong Kong Tagged disney hong kong disneyland ocean_park theme_park

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another great adventure Natalie. disneyland is everybodys big dream im sure. well done and hey dont worry about the accomodation as long as you had a bed ay

by Billy Bob

hey there's nothing like a few blood splatters to make you appreciate home! Have a great time with all the gang from pambula - they are so looking forward to seeing you xoxo

by margie doyle

Whoa Nat looks incredible, glad your having such an amazing time! stay safe xo

by siobhan

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