Sunny Day Hotel (Tsim Sha Tsui)
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... adjacent to Hong Kong island (see further pics), and finally finished up about 100 metres from where we had started.
Se finally caught the ferry to Kowloon, another train, and home to the hotel. Someone had a pedometer and our tally for the morning was over 11000 steps and 7.5 kms. For a spectacularly unusual tour, I was quite impressed that I walked so far.
Lazy afternoon coming up and then off to the races at the famous Sha Tin racetrack.
... very British!
The only hiccup was in trying to tell our taxi driver where we wanted to go. Jay showed him the address, but he still kept asking us to tell him where we were going. After much back and forth, and intense muttering and head-shaking on the part of the driver, everything was evidently communicated accurately and we arrived at our hotel.
Outside our hotel room, we see a ...
... in the temple with my eyes watering up so we made an exit and went to catch the last bus back to the ferry port. We headed back to our side of the island as we knew it was going to be packed for the parade but not before our beloved stop at Starbucks to get a hot chocolate and a café mocha. We needed to get some energy as the parade would involve lots of standing and waiting in a packed crowd. Pushed for time, we found a local eatery that seemed busy so we thought we ...
... plane. Des tried watching movies to get him tired, but that didn't work out very well. When breakfast was served he still hadn't slept very much. Quality of service was very good on the plane. After 9,5 hours of sleep, food, movies, games and banter we arrived at Hong Kong Airport!! We got through security and got our bags collected really fast, we are not used to that, but no complaints! Miriam's pipe major gave the tip to buy a 3 day metro travel card, so we did! Not that expensive ...
... who directed me back to the City Garden Hotel.
Got back just in time to go out again. Most of the members of the church here in Hong Kong went to Lee Gardens for a dinner. Those present were
Twins Rhio and Rhea Maglasang (Rhea in maroon outfit)
Paul and Rie Sternberg
Dr. Peter Chau
Mary Ong with her children Richard and Sophie
Earl Roemer and ...