Bridal Tea House Hotel (Aberdeen)
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After a poweful 11 hours mega sleep, my loaned native pal, Leslie and I headed to Tsing Yi North Coastal Road viewpoint to look at the views and the bridge that connects Lantau to Hong Kong. Then where else but the Gold Coast on our first stop exploring the New Territories. The sun actually came out (yes really!) and we had lunch at the Marina Club (or some such similar named place...it had mega yachts...'nuff said right?!) ...
... had our goodbye at the famous custom doors - this was obviously horrible and I looked like I had been hit in the eyes, goodbyes can never be good, unless you're saying goodbye to someone who has dropped in and over stayed their welcome, then that goodbye would be a good one. As we both walked through the doors, layered in wooly clothes, sweating, crying and walking the wrong way until the security guard guided us to ...
An early rise was needed on Sunday for a 6am taxi to Adelaide airport to catch our ride back to Hong Kong, after arrival we were quickly checked in and making our breakfast in the Qantas lounge, toasties! Our flight was boarding not long after so we headed through immigration and onto our seats for the next 8 hours. It was novel doing a long haul day flight ...
... of other stores.) Anyway, another cloudy and rainy day so the views weren't great, but I had a nice walk around the peak.
After catching the tram back down the peak, I wandered my way over to the Central Mid-Level Escalators. This is a series of maybe twenty escalators and moving walkways going up the hillside along a bunch of shopping streets. Kind of a fun little trip. Got off ...
... glass office towers. As the financial powerhouse of the east it lacks the impressive buildings one finds in the likes of Shanghai or Singapore. But what it lacks in grandeur it makes up for with ingenuity. On Hong Kong Island take the mid level escalators to make your way up to Victoria Peak. Spanning the height of the developed side of the mountain thousands of people daily utilize them for daily life. Tracking up through ...