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 …
... zucchini, topped with parmesan breadcrumbs.
A little roll and butter, plus a mini Weis mango icecream bar. Then I played language games on the screen.
The sights coming into Hong Kong were completely new to us. What an impressive place! You can never really get the hang of new places merely by looking at photos. You have to see the 3D of it – the pointy tree-clad mountains, the harbour, and the multitude of highrise residential buildings. ...
After brekkies in the lounge, we checked out and grabbed a cab to the train station. The airport express was arriving just as we reached the platform. Check in at airport was easy. We had to wait for about 10-15 people for security and another 10-15 for immigration. Then to the club for the couple of hours before the flight. The flight was more or less on time. I ate, then slept for 8 hours. Arrived home at 9am and went to ...
... warrior...the Tiger how ever was a real weed and had a rope as a weapon, typical.
We then decided to take 268 steps to the foot of the Buddha. Just before we made our move it began to rain. We had clear visibility on the cable car and it didn't seem too cloudy here, it was as if it had come out of nowhere. We found shelter in a gift shop opposite the steps and waited for the rain to pass. When the time was right we went for it! We found ourselves stopping ...
A final fling of complete hedonism. Dee's old friend Kitty Wong has given us hospitality beyond any reasonable bounds of generosity starting off in the member's enclosure at the Happy Valley racecourse where the winnings for the evening covered 2/3rds of the cost of the car park- and I thought we had done quite well! It was party time after that...