Bridal Tea House Hotel (Hung Hom - Wuhu Street)
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... before we can enter the check-in area. We confirm that we can check in any time today, right up till midnight, so check-in, but decide to leave it till later to bring the baggage down, or maybe even leave it till morning to catch the shuttle, which has a stop right opposite the hotel.
Looking for something to do for the rest of the day, we decide against the cable car, and catch a No. 15 double decker bus all the way to The Peak cable ...
This morning I was collected by Ryan (a colleague from Agility) via Uber car. I have heard of Uber before but it is not happening in Tasmania so was interested to hear how it works and what are the benefits. Bit of a fan of Uber now....app on the phone that has private drivers floating around ready to pick you up in their air conditioned, English speaking, clean personal car that is paid for electronically via the same app (no short of cash issues). Think I may have glimpsed ...
... we cautiously descended to the bottom of the stairs and made our way across to the temple grounds through imposing gates that lead us literally down the garden path to the entrance that framed the imposing temple in the background. Within the grounds that were all manner of people wandering about - in prayer, taking photos, grabbing a snack at one of the street vendors, or just sitting back in the shade and enjoying a rest. We circled the entrance to the main temple ...
... and sit outside the open bar to listen to the live music playing there. It's a pretty cool sight, and since there are few cars aside from taxis , not much concern about drinking and driving. In all, Hong Kong is a pretty city, lots to see and do, half of which I didn't get to. And efficient... Between the well planned streets, metro, etc, you can also pay your taxes at the 7-eleven and buy your evening beverage dockside before your ferry ride home. How convenient is ...
... self flushing - a bit disconcerting when they flush when you are still (half) squatting over them! I think if you moved your feet you would set off the sensor. It was gratifying to find out one day that some of the other girls were not sure which way to stand either (not just me!). It was funny because we made the discovery whilst using the toilets - the things we discuss in toilets! Most of the taps were automatic as were the hand dryers. We did go to some remote toilets, ...