Bridal Tea House Hotel (Hung Hom - Wuhu Street)
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After a wonderfully fattening breakfast we boarded buses for today’s “9 Dragons Tour”—the name referring to the ancient Chinese belief that 9 dragons lie beneath the hills surrounding Hong Kong harbor. First stop the very humble 1891 Man Mo Temple dedicated to the gods of Man (literature) and Mo (military). We entered a sunken, dimly lit temple completely filled with the smoke of hundreds of hanging baskets containing ...
... which was towards our hostel so we would not get involved in the crowd stampede! As per expectation, it was packed and we had to peek through to see the road. Some people were queuing up for a couple of hours and they were literally at the same level with us. However, I had a brilliant idea of using the selfie stick. Sticking it up in the air, I could watch through my phone and so could a lot of others behind me, in which they all said thank you for the free tv. I had done ...
... Got to try out the card straight away, figured out on the metro map to which station we needed to go and off we went! Airport express got to town very fast! Transfer to next metro and off we go! Or not.... Des's travel card didn't work to get onto the platform, he went to costumer service and was able to get to our platform with the elevator. We knew where we needed to head when we arrived at the station, although that's quite hard with all the Chinese signs! We found the hotel ...
So today plans have changed. Going to see if I can find the jade market today not sure what to do this afternoon. See how the protests are tomorrow and maybe go on ferry over to Hong Kong Island lets just wait and see
Found the jade market, not sure my haggling skills were that good but I am happy. Got some earrings and good luck thing you hang from window, I am sure Paula ...
... well cared for. There was no fee which was surprising too. It was a lovely place to visit. By then we we suffering from the heat again and grabbed a taxi back to the ferry. All taxis here are the same model of car - Toyota crown comfort - and thankfully air conditioned!
We wandered past the museum of art and the space / science museum which had some interesting displays outside. We walked most of the way back to ...