Bridal Tea House Hotel (Western District)
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Our last stop on the wet and wild girl gang tour.
We stayed in Mong Kok which is possibly the busiest part of Hong Kong, after a sleeper train and a stressful boarder crossing at Shenzhen we arrived in Mong Kok on a Sunday afternoon which felt like swimming upstream.
Hong Kong felt not only a lot more western than China but generally felt british. People said sorry in English when they bumped into you, ...
... Daily temperatures were averaging a lovely 18°C. I happily wandered around in short sleeves, yet Hong Kongers were all wrapped up in heavy coats and scarves as if an arctic blizzard was imminent. Eighteen degrees? That’s shirtless weather in Ireland.
Christmas Day began with mass at St. Teresa’s Church on Prince Edward Road, where I found myself sitting behind the choir for the service. All the familiar hymns and carols were being ...
... sports shoes etc didn't appear to be much cheaper. Interesting that the display shoes are wrapped in plastic?!!
Forgot to share that when we were on the sampan yesterday there was someone on the same tour that was wearing a McKee t-shirt - green with a shamrock and the name McKee. So, when we disembarked I asked her the significance. She was Hawaiian but her husband is a McKee - it's a small world!
History - Hong Kong now belongs to China, since ...
We had to wait around for 1.5 hours before we could leave our hotel room, because we stayed at one way far away from the train station with a free shuttle bus. A taxi back would have been too expensive, blah.
So, from the Guangzhou station we went to Shenzhen, which was an experience in itself. Once again, the frenzy that is China at holiday time was evident. Then, from Shenzhen it is a long subway ride ...
... enjoyed this. It was nearing parade time and we decided to skip it today and see it tomorrow so we headed into Toy Story Land.
This land is themed amazingly. The tall grass and all the toys and props make you feel like you are one of Andy's toys in his backyard. Here we lined up for RC Racer. The queue again was not long. RC Racer is a very extreme version of the pirate ship. You sit in RC and he raced up a u pipe getting to 180 degrees at either end. ...