Hong Kong

We got on one of the frequent ferries between Macau and Hong Kong, and arrived in Hong Kong shortly after, while enjoying an amazing view of both Macau’s skyline and HK’s skyline during the trip. We were staying in Kow Loon, the (as we found out later) most populated place on earth. Indeed, it was very busy, with people everywhere hurrying from shop to shop and some crazy traffic. After some time searching, we finally found our hostel in one of the flat buildings surrounding the main street.

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