Lucky Hostel Hongkong Mongkok
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Extremely tiny but very clean and a great location.
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... strangely coinciding with the need to stop and catch one's breath! We completed the stair climb in a personal best time for us that is unlikely to be bettered. Even though the skies remained heavy with a mix of humidity and smog, the views across the valley to a large Buddhist temple below made the effort of the climb worthwhile. The view was in contrast to the wall of buildings and apartments that dominate the Hong Kong and Kowloon skyline. After circumnavigating the ...
... about 7 hours after we started.
On Boxing Day we went to Sai Kung, for more seafood for lunch, ordering from the usual set menu. We then had a wander along the waterfront before heading to the 10,000 Buddha Temple, which actually had over 12,000 Buddha statues. There were hundreds of them that lined the path up to the Temple and then the main Building had thousands more inside. Once we got home we had toasted sandwiches for dinner, before an early-ish night.
Arrived in Hong Kong. It was an easy flight full of movies. Once we disembarked Mim's name was printed on a wallboard. What's going on? Does she have outstanding warrants here? Did the cat jump in the suitcase? We are lining up at transfers.... ...
... to see a specialist, I'm hoping to hang on until I get home. I have to go back I to see him in 10 days time at which time lets hope things are more or less ok. It's so cold and windy outside the only place for me is indoors today. Trouble is not a lot going on today so my best bet is to start sorting out some photos ready for my album when I get back. I gave so many I ...
special meaning for the Chinese, like the Lucky Bamboo arrangements, and the Bonsai Trees, the miniature trees that have been part of that ancient Chinese art for many generations.
Cut lilies & roses are in abundance of course.. no doubt the massive floral displays in hotels and businesses have originated from here..