Bridal Tea House Hotel (Tai Kok Tsui - Li Tak Street)
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... about 1 block from the Star Ferry terminus and ran the gauntlet of more touts working this popular tourist destination. A variety of offers regarding free wi-fi, special hop-on, hop-off bus tours and tours of Hong Kong harbour had to be negotiated before we found ourselves in front of the Star Ferry ticketing machine - HK$2 per adult, one way (about 35 cents in Australian currency). We were hurried onto the soon-departing ferry and immediately enjoyed the ...
So this morning we woke up at 7am ready for the unknown day trip. We decided we would ring the company this morning in the hope that they would be able to help. The phone rang and the office was closed, so we decided we would carry on getting ready and try again at 7.30. Still no answer, however an emergency contact of the manager was given. What else were we supposed to do, we classed it as an emergency so went ahead and rang. Luckily he let us know which hotel to go ...
... and we climbed the steps up to the main entrance area and met our panda conservationist outside the conservation hut. She helped us sort out the tickets which, due to the date change took a bit longer than planned. We were still into the park just before 9.30, over half an hour before it opened at 10 to the general public.
We went to a classroom and got changed into our panda keeper overalls. All loose items (watches, wallets etc) were removed, presumably so they ...
... join them on what is known as the "Hair Raiser". Suffice it to say, it was one ******* scary ride. Of course we had to sit in the front room which made it all the more frightening. After Gwynn and my legs stopped shaking we jumped on a raft ride through a "rain forest" What we didn't know but should have noticed is that everyone in front of us was wearing a rain poncho. We climbed into a big round tire and spun around a river while water gushed at us from all angles. For the ...
We then sheltered under various shop awnings until it eased off. We visited the Buddhist temple then Jeff climbed the 200 odd steps up to the Buddha while Sue and Judy checked out the shops and had a cuppa.
We took the cable car back down and then the train back to Kowloon with the plan to visit 'The Mid-levels' on Hong Kong Island. However, it began to rain again, so we aborted that plan and will try to do this ...