V Happy Valley Serviced Apartments
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... last trip to Hong Kong though with a different hostel. It is straight across the road from the ladies market which is a really good market. Lots of toys, clothes, jewellery, souvenirs and electronic gadgets. We bought a few things there.
The next day we went to Ocean Park which I had been to before. It is an awesome theme park with a mix of shows, animals and rides. We started with the pandas which are always my ...
... s a bit hot for broth, to be honest - but it certainly seems to have clubs and bars battling for trade next door to each other, a bit like a non-laid-back New Orleans.
We wander around and H takes a tumble over a raised rectangular manhole cover. They have dug up everywhere, leaving silver corner markers to indicate who (gas, electric, internet) was responsible and what may be found beneath. Hopefully no harm done (to her, not the manhole cover). It does typify what seems ...
... I'm a bit disappointed that Daniel Craig didn't join us for a vodka martini last night! Saturday 25th: A great day, if a little grey, wet and humid! We started with Dim Sum for brekkie, with about a gallon of tea (we wimped out on the chicken feet with abalone sauce!), caught the ferry over to Hong Kong Island and then just wandered. We spent a good couple of hours ascending the Island on the "mid level escalators", peering nosily in the windows ...
... for a tram ride). We are amazed at how efficient the transportation is here. And for God's sakes, a tram ride here costs only 10 cents more than a tram ride in Lviv, Ukraine. The main difference is that we use an RFID transportation card here and in the Ukraine, we had to deal with a drunken transportation inspector who didn't think we paid!
Of course I've heard of the HSBC bank, but I didn't know that it stood for the Hong Kong and Shanghai ...
... in them.
The next day we decided to walk part of the Hong Kong Trail with the help of a borrowed map. We bought some lunch and caught the bus to the peak, where a huge shopping mall was situated and a favourite Sunday destination for the locals. It took us a while to find the start; there was also some kind of walking race going on, so there were many people. The first 2 kilometres of path was quite busy, most people looped back and we carried on. The air ...