Rosedale On The Park
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We woke to a bleak, rainy and humid morning for the last of our holidays.
Still, we were determined to make the most of it.
With pea soup low cloud over the entirety of Hong Kong, we tossed up whether or not to venture to "The Peak" - the top of the high hill of Hong Kong with picturesque views of the entire island.
we also enquired …
... we only had a week in this beautiful, clean but incredibly expensive city.
And so the fun began with our first weekend in HK being shared with our friend Hayley who we met on tour in Mongolia. She had a free weekend and so she zipped across from Singapore and we took in a few sights together. While we had an action packed itinerary for the weekend planned the rain wouldn’t let up. That didn’t stop us though as we conquered each ...
... orbs'. Almost every single tree had at least one web with one in - so we really had to pay attention in areas of the hike with a canopy.
Having arrived back at the ferry terminal without any spider bites we took the MTR to Jordan Station in Kowloon where we headed to one of my favourite areas in the city - the Temple Street Night Market for shopping and some street food.
Day 3: Central and Mongkok
Having spent the first two days of the trip ...
... and according to our newly purchased chopsticks we are a rat and an ox! After writing some postcards we met the rest of the group at 6.30pm and took a bus back to Guilin train station where we caught the train to Shenzhen. We were the centre of attention in the station as Glen (one of the Dutch guys) had a huge monkey teddy he had stolen from a nightclub in Yangshou. Children were asking for a picture with it and everything. Right now I'm on the top bunk on the train ...
In spite of all the blogs saying how expensive it was, I had my heart set on going to Stanley Market this morning. My sister and I were there last year and really enjoyed it. It is on the south side of Hong Kong Island, quite a way from where we are staying, so we took a taxi, instead of trying to work out the public transport.
I knew Terry wasn't keen on standing around in the heat, so I went straight to the shop where I'd bought some tops last year. I couldn't see any ...