Jetvan Traveller'S House

Building A, Hua'er Dasha, No.51 Paterson St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China | Hotel

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Practice Day #2 and Victoria Peak Tram

A travel blog entry by lisacoates


... Tea at the Peninsula Hotel in Kowloon. After many photo opps, we decided to eat lunch at a Japanese restaurant up at the Peak "shopping centre". Much pricier than last night for our captive hungry crowd. Back down to sea level, we caught the Metro back to Happy Valley and thankfully entered our world of air conditioning. I am currently planted in the living room in my pyjamas, allowing my sweat-dampened clothes to dry out, icing my knee, ...

Day 1: The Peak

A travel blog entry by rongenontheroad


... for me. Haha! The weather was much better when I reached the top- there was some semblance of breeze, which was a godsend. Air-conditioned temperatures was sadly, missing during summer in Hong Kong.

The price for a return journey up The Peak was HK$40 ($6.40), which is surprisingly cheap. We chose the other option (HK$80) which included the Sky Terrace 428, which is ...

The new palace and a lost city

A travel blog entry by deborah.young


... up spending several hours, with lots of sitting down for short breaks. It was very hot again, and the shower we had early in the day just added to the mugginess.

Turns out there is also a water park here called the lost city! They had a wave pool, water slides, and ferris-wheel etc that I saw, but for 150 RMB I didn't go in as I hadn't planned on swimming.

I also went up the cable ...

Rest day

A travel blog entry by deborah.young


... my way to the hotel and decided that since it was my last night (of this visit!) I wanted to eat somewhere with a sea view. I ended up at an Irish pub - of course! Maximum patrons at any one time was 6, including me. I got my sea view, and it was quite close to the hotel so that was a bonus. Took to bed early with my book, feeling very relaxed.

Woo-hoo - it's a long weekend!

A travel blog entry by deborah.young


... crowds everywhere, even longer lines at the next taxi station, buses still running even though it was late, people and police and security everywhere you looked!

This was MUCH busier than I had seen Zhuhai before, and I guess in hindsight the combination of children's day and dragon boat festival had everyone out spending money and eating.

I traipsed on down the road, and stopped at a small phone shop to ask if they knew where the ...


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