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Travel Blogs from Hong Kong
... the afternoon doing work and communication in my room.
Mary Ong came by with Paul Sternberg for dinner and we ended up at the same place we were at for lunch. On the second floor of the hotel there is a fascinating view of Hong Kong life on the streets.
We are planning to hold the Feast of Tabernacles here in 2015 and Paul and ...
Today we joined a ship's tour to Lantau Island and Monastery, home to the famed large Bronze Buddha. Lantau Island is twice as large as Hong Kong Island, but lacks the deep water harbor. We drove across the Tsing-Ma Bridge and boarded the cable car for the 4-mile ride to Ngong Ping 360. What a site! Unfortunately the haze made taking photos difficult, but the view was wonderful. A new bridge is being built to connect Hong Kong with Macaw and then with ...
... a different bus as we couldn't seem to buy a ticket for that bus. Found the hotel relatively easily but couldn't have our room for an hour as it was only 9am. Nice to have a shower and a change of clothes once we got into our room though. We are in the Central area of Hong Kong Island - walk out on the street and there are little markets everywhere.
After we had freshened up we went walking and found our way to the Peak tram, where we bought a ...
... etc. We were all incredibly confused at what we actually were
supposed to be touring. Turns out that because religion is not very predominant
in China, they decided to spin the Noah’s Ark story with protecting the
environment and overall being a good human being. Though we were all incredibly
confused, we were pampered with a western buffet which was much needed after
numerous meals of seafood. After Noah’s Ark we got to ride ...
... some of the walkways, where there was space away from the main haunts of the shoppers was, what can only be described as a large scale picnic. Now we are not talking about a bought sandwich eaten in a quiet corner. We are talking proper cooked food, several courses with waterproof sheets, blankets and cushions to sit on. Giant bottles of wine, tinsel, Santa glasses and hats and a great deal of merrymaking. And it was an all girl affair, sorry lads.