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I wish that we would have had another day here in Hong Kong to explore this further, but no doubt Earl Roemer will on his next visit.
I had been given their statement of beliefs earlier this week by Bill Lussenheide who lives ...
... to be an enjoyable stay. I now feel more comfortable about staying in hostels in the future. After breakfast, we went back to the promenade where we were last night. We arrived in the midst of a "Pram-athon". There were families with prams everywhere. Some were even ridiculously decorated (a personal favorite was the pram designed to look like Emo of Sesame Street). We were also standing on "The Avenue of Stars", Hong Kong's equivalent to the walk of fame in LA. ...
... 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 ...
... similar to Ascot Grandstand except it was in the shadows of a line of skyscrapers. After my summer stint as a betting assistant, I ended up bring asked about trifectas and quinellas- not sure if I was much help!
I visited Lantau Island and the huge Tian Tian Buddha on the hillside which was amazing and definitely worth the long set of steps to the top. I visited a little traditional fishing village and went on a boat trip in ...
... is huge and the closer you get the more you realise just how big it is. It provides breath taking views and feels almost spiritual. After climbing back down 265 steps we walk along to the wisdom path. To start with we are unsure as to what the wisdom path is about, it was actually erected in the 1800's and each wooden structure depicts a key fundamental stage needed to find enlightenment from the "hart" book. We decide to get a bus to Tai O, a little fishing ...