Our last day in Hong Kong went rather well. We popped into a bank to change some money and we came out with a bit more than we should have done. At first I thought that we had been calculating the exchange rate wrong, but we soon realised that there had been a wrong calculation on the banks part. Seeing as we had already caught a train we decided to keep the extra and have fun.
So we went to Disneyland, whizzed round Space Mountain twice, the teacup ride and Cinderellas Carousel. We saw the Disney Parade and went shopping, buying Skye a fairy skirt, a princess t-shirt and a set of Disney Princess figurines.
We left Disneyland and caught the train back into Hong Kong where I finally bought myself a new camera. (My other one broke the day before we left, I ordered a new one with garanteed next day delivery but it didn't arrive in time so I cancelled the order and took my broken camera with me which has been seizing and freezing ever since in the most inoppurtune moments.) That evening we ordered room service, choosing anything we wanted and at the end we still hada bit more money left than what we started with.
Oh, and I also learnt that it is best not to buy cotton candy just as a parade is about to pass by, especially if you are planning to take photos and have nobody to hold the cotton candy for you. You see, cotton candy starts to melt and drip after a while if it doesn't get eaten straight away. As the Disney parade finished and everybody drifted away I found my left arm and bag coated with scattered globs of orange sugar.