Golden Crown Guesthouse
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... Buddha, half way up a lady asked Des if he maybe had a lighter, of course he did. As a thank you she gave us incense sticks (wierook stokjes) we had to lighten them, take 3 bows towards the Buddha and then make a wish, super sweet! Up on top there were 6 other statues of different Gods, all to honour the big Buddha in the middle. We had a walk round, had a look inside the statue, took some pictures and then walked back down again. Right across from the Buddha there ...
... and, how long had they been doing this job! Two of the three looked to be well over fifty, but in great shape. By the time I reached the Peak I was ready for lunch. The Peak is a major tourist sight, but I managed to find a Starbucks order my Chia Latte and found a place outside to have my lunch. It was nice to sit and relax watching the goings on of those passing by. I rested for about 45 minutes then set off again. This time I was heading down the mountain and into the ...
... already instead of Monday :) We'll see.
The building was close to the History Museum and the Sience Museum, as the History Museum was closed for today I went to the Science one, although I have nothing with science. But it was fun! I was there in the morning so it was not crowded yet with all students from schools and I could enjoy walking around. There was a part about safety rules at a construction site, food rules, global warming, ...
... Tablets dedicated to them. Next to the Ancestral Hall there is Tin Hau Temple. Tin Hau, the fishermen’s goddess and protector, one of HK’s most popular deities is sitting in the main hall, while Kam Fa, the goddess of childbirth is in the side hall.
Take Green Minibus 54K back to MTR Fanling Station or walk further along the trail and explore more of this fascinating place! ...
... left you in no doubt as to where you are in the world. It was fortunate we did as the view on our ferry ride across today was slightly different as the lights fought to shine through heavy grey clouds!
First stop was the iconic HSBC building...I couldn't resist proudly using my HSBC card to show I am a fully paid up member! From here we went on to the mid-level escalators, the longest in the world, which wound us up into ...