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... 1hr and 45 mins. It was a fine weather.perfect for wandering around the streets of HK. The hk airport.umm what could i say it was big ,spacious and organized. kariza's aunt, tita ruby meet us at the airport. We took the bus going to the nearest mtr station(ive forgot the name) its much cheaper to ride the mtr than going for the airport express. We ate breakfast in a chinese restaurant.my travel buddies choose chinese congee while id go for the western bfast. to be ...
... Chris enjoyed the best flat white he'd had in Hong Kong and we both enjoyed a duck dish. The recommendation was very well deserved.
To survive the afternoon we had a couple of ideas, but ended up wondering through the sweltering heat until setting on jumping on the red bus.... A hop on/off tour with just enough time for us to ride around once. We did see a few more things, but mainly gained ...
... and the way the light came in through the roof.
We had a drink and snack break before heading to Cat Street to take a look at all the jade, brass and various other antiques. There was one little shop that had an amazing collection of all sorts carved into wood, and unfortunately, ivy.
We then made our way back to Sue's appartment via Hollywood Road Park, which had a lovely pond full of fish and cute turtles! There were so many of them!
We went for a ...
... next hill so we carried on. Eventually the paths turned to just dirt and rubble and at every peak we came all we could see was more higher hills! The end was no where in sight! As time ticked on and the further we went we started to get a tad worried as we was now so far from the start, with no end in sight, scorching sun and a tiny bit of water left between 3 of us. One consolation though was the views incredible scenery with Hong Kong just visible over the natural ...
Some interesting things about Hong Kong include:
- bamboo scaffolding on all construction sites - I had no idea bamboo was suitable for that, but apparently it's really strong and gets stronger every time it gets wet and then dries again.