Sunny Day Hotel (Tsim Sha Tsui)
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So it's the last full day, and a lie in was in order. Lovely breakfast in the hotel and off down to the Star Ferry to go across to Hong Kong Island. A short bus ride up to the Peak Tram then up up and up even further, to the top, revealing one of the most iconic views. The scale of the buildings and the city in general was quite stunning. Slightly hazy but the sun was fast burning that off. The bonus of a nice breeze whilst we wandered and took photographs made it ...
... to disgrace ourselves on the way out where we got into the tiny black, chrome and glass lifts. We stood in in for a while, then the doors opened and Tegz and I got out and started walking.....straight back into the bar! Ooops! The girls on the desk seemed suprised to see us back so soon! Lyn, of course, was standing in the lift, watching us and killing himself laughing. Nobody had pressed a button so the lift hadn't moved! We thought we had descended over a 100 ...
... one of them. Since several of us love the ocean, instead of returning to Hong Kong by bus, we took the ferry, spending much of our afternoon on the water, blissfully rocking in sunshine and contentment, a delightful way to end our trip together.
So now I also love Hong Kong, although I don't think I'd ever choose to live here. But these three days turned out to be a treat, a precious gift. I am happy and very thankful for this unexpected surprise.
... Hong Kong. The tour took us first to a harbor cruise in Aberdeen village, with its many fishing-taxi and house boats. That’s where we saw the extreme of old and new and rich and poor of Hong Kong. Living in those luxury high rise apartments at the pier will cost you an arm and a leg, not to mention a few million. Next, we made our way to a jewelry factory where we saw how the rather expensive goods are made. Of course, in order to exit ...