Kinkey Oriental Regent Hotel Shenzhen
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Woke up feeling hungry. It's strange that everyone's telling me about all the good food in HK yet I haven't tried any and I'm actually starving -.-". Anw, I'm on the bus to Cricket Club for lunch. Really looking forward to some HK food! The roads are so windy I can't see the other end. There are so many steps they remind me of Japan but of course they aren't comparable. Good for exercise ...
... after a good breakfast we walk down to the end of our street to the Peak Tram Station. Rather than spend 2 hours walking to Victoria Peak, we take the Tram. As it is Sunday there is a rather long line for tickets. The wait is about 45 minutes before we are on the tram to the top. The view is breathtaking, even with the hazy sky. After walking to the various lookouts, we make our way back down. We both decide to visit Hong Kong Park again to see the birds in the aviary. So many beautiful ...
... and as it gets darker, with all the Advertising lights, it's like Times Square multiplied umpteen times. Our first stop was the "Avenue of the Stars" which commemorates lots of chinesevactors I have never heard off however the views across the harbour are magnificent and well worth the effort. Then back to the train and up to Jordan to the nigh market. In the narrow street with shops and stalls crammed in its hot. In fact too hot and ...
We landed around 1:30 pm Hong Kong time, exactly 12 hours ahead of Kingston. It is always strange not being on Canadian soil for Canada Day. The airport was clean and efficient, everything written in Cantonese and English. After collecting our luggage, we headed to the blue taxi stand to catch a ride to our hotel for the first night, the Fairview Inn, in a small village called Tong Fuk Village on ...
After writing the first, "In Defense", I realized I had a lot more to say regarding what I've learned about the U.S. Now, don't get me wrong, there are a lot of problems in the U.S. A lot. And it can learn a ton from other countries, and I'm not entirely sure why it hasn't quite yet adopted some foreign influence (I'm looking at you, infrastructure). I'd simply like to pinpoint several things that I previously took for granted in the U.S., as I'm sure you do as well. ...