Sunny Day Hotel (Tsim Sha Tsui)
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After 14 1/2 hours we arrived in Hong Kong from LA. Trip was smooth. Watched 3 movies. Spy, Love and Mercy (Brian Wilson life story), and Boy Choir. Two tear jerkers for sure. Off to Hanoi with rushing to gate. Cathay Pacific is a top notch airline company that pays lots of attentions to the details of air travel. The Brian Wilson ...
... appointed room is on the 12th floor, with views between buildings to the harbor. After moving into the room, we go up to the pool on the top floor for a look at the pool and to take night photos of the lights of Hong Kong. The hotel is positioned a bit to the west of Central, where there is a lot less high-rise, and it is a bit more grotty, but we can’t believe how good it is for what we paid (A$108 per night). Later we go down to ...
... strangely coinciding with the need to stop and catch one's breath! We completed the stair climb in a personal best time for us that is unlikely to be bettered. Even though the skies remained heavy with a mix of humidity and smog, the views across the valley to a large Buddhist temple below made the effort of the climb worthwhile. The view was in contrast to the wall of buildings and apartments that dominate the Hong Kong and Kowloon skyline. After circumnavigating the ...
... or see. Next day I was on my own, and first thing on the list was headed out to see the Big Buddha. This Buddha sits on top of Lantau Island, and can be reached by bus or car, but also by gondola... So of course I opted for the view! The Buddha isn't very old, having been built in the 1990's I believe, but still very impressive, especially on a sunny day. There are many kilometres of hiking paths all around that area, one could spend a long time wandering ...
... on a tour such as ours, this was taken care of. Our hotels did supply complimentary water for us (enough for tea/coffee making and brushing teeth) and we had as much water as we could drink whilst on the day trips (the buses had eskies - and some enterprising drivers provided beer for 10 yuan! - around $3 AUD, Phil couldn't get over this!!). After a long day, I think everybody, even the girls partook in a beer!! I took to writing notes on our toothbrushes about using water ...