Bridal Tea House Hotel (Hung Hom - Wuhu Street)
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... impressing me actually. They all more or less look the same, and I'm starting to grow tired of them. We then took a minibus to Shung Him Tong village, which was first founded by Lutherans in 1900. The most interesting part was two ruins of colonial-style houses. They looked kind of haunted and I'm sure they were beautiful once.
We continued the walk to Ma Wat Wai village - one of the walled villages. It's strange to see something like this in Hong Kong, where ...
... a different bus as we couldn't seem to buy a ticket for that bus. Found the hotel relatively easily but couldn't have our room for an hour as it was only 9am. Nice to have a shower and a change of clothes once we got into our room though. We are in the Central area of Hong Kong Island - walk out on the street and there are little markets everywhere.
After we had freshened up we went walking and found our way to the Peak tram, where we bought a ...
China is an interesting destination, home to one of the oldest cultures on the planet with millennia of history and creative development. It's also famous as the largest Communist state in the world, but one which is changing, in parts at an increasingly frenetic pace. It’s the second largest economy on the planet and is set to overtake the USA as the world’s largest economy within the next decade. It’s a huge place and incredibly diverse as a ...
... sale and we get on the metro back to the harbour area. We cash in our octopus cards and now it really does feel like we are leaving. We get back on board ship pressing through the hordes of busy shoppers to the sound of familiar carols bringing a Christmas vibe to the frenzied shopping going on which felt just like being at home. We get our immigration done and keep exploring the ship. it is already starting to get dark ...
... a spot of lunch, *****ed about it on what's ap and then went home. By now it was about 3 in the afternoon and still no word from the taxi stations that we called and I was seriously considering going to buy a new wardrobe. I mean even I couldn't bring myself to wearing the same pair of pants for 9 days! Then the call I've been waiting for came through, taxi driver found my bag and was on his way to return my bag, phew, crisis ...