Golden Crown Guesthouse
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... the prisoners being exercised and drilled in the yards. Saw glimpses of them through the fence but did not think it to be a good idea to photograph. Very regimented, very ordered - perhaps our prisons should take note.
Walked back to the markets and took a cab to the military cemetery which is set on a very serene hillside. Most of those in there are those who died in the defence of Hong Kong when the Japanese invaded in December 1942 after Pearl Harbour. ...
... the platform to get some early evening shots as well. It is packed. Josh waits for me in Burger King for the last half hour. Then we catch a local bus down, double decker and a hoon driver. We meet a couple from America on their way to Guangzhou so we can fill them in a bit.
After we take the Star Ferry back to Kowloon, we wander a bit on Nathan Rd area and then metro home. We get to the hotel about 9.30 so it has been a big day in Hong Kong.
We sleep ...
... Bay means descending dragon bay.
After we board our junk and settle in we take another small boat ride to some caves that are called Hang Dau Go. We had to climb 225 stairs in 95 degrees so you get a photo whether you want it or not. It warrants a photo. Actually the caves are really neat we go back to our junk and have a wonderful meal with wine and a cooking demonstration on how to make spring rolls.
... Roquefort blue cheese topping, thinking naturally that it would be a few crumbles of delicious blue cheese but instead ending up with a quarter inch thick slab of the rich cheese instead. After the steaks arrived we were presented with the truly unique opportunity to select our own steak knife. This was a cornerstone of the experience that we had heard so much about and when they presented us with the dozen or so knives all from different parts of the world it immediately ...
We were really excited about getting to Hong Kong. Other than the first night, we were staying with Sherilyn’s sister in law’s sister Shelli and her fiancé Justin. Sherilyn went to HK last year for work and was also looking forward to catching up with her Swiss Re colleagues. And on top of that, there was the usual hectic sight-seeing schedule.
For the first night, we stayed in a HK hostel. We had heard that accommodation was really expensive and ...