Bridal Tea House Hotel AnChor Street
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... was very child friendly and like the rest of Hong Kong, clean!
Seeing as there is no other form of transport to discovery bay, back on the boat we went, the twinkling sky scrapers were a welcome site as we soared back into the pier. Our last stop for the night was the temple street night market, we had planned on going to ozone bar, yet another chic bar but time was not on our side, the market was what we really wanted to see, plus we took the wrong metro line! ...
... talking about the places we had traveled and lived. It was a very nice way to send Christmas dinner. Citi was from Indonesia, Saral from India and his GF from mainland After supper, it was not long before I was tucked away in bed. I attempted to read some (now reading "Red China Blues") of my book but I feel asleep so fast I don't even think I got through 3 pages. * Red China Blues is a great book, it was written by a Chinese Canadian who went to China to study during the Mao ...
... Sooo funny.
We made it! We survived the first leap, and the first thing I plummet into is the soft, large bed. Ben says with delight before we shut out the lights. "I'm going to take a shower every day. Have you seen that shower head. MAKE IT RAIN!"
So we hit the lights. Tomorrow is when we figure out our visa. Until then I will dream of the free breakfast that awaits me in the morning.
... eyes out, jewelry items at the “jewelry factory”. (Who can afford these items after 36 days of cruising and shopping?) Boarding our busses once again we headed for the “coup de gras” for Hong Kong shoppers; Stanley Market. On the way we stopped by Repulse Bay and the Statue Gardens. (Yawn)
For me the highlight of the day was our final destination (before the hotel); the famous Peak Tram to ...
... design temple. When you get off Fanling MTR Station look for the temple’s distinctive orange double roof, you cannot miss it. It’s beautiful just to wander in the temple gardens, watch people praying, and admire the art inside the temple and the stunning view from the hill. I highly recommend to check the vegetarian restaurant on the 2nd floor – amazingly good food!