Bridal Tea House Hotel (To Kwa Wan)
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... incense—hard to breathe. Each incense offering contains the prayers or wishes of that basket’s owner.
Next to Man Mo we visit a village style market—not much different from the markets in Oaxaca—selling everything from vegetables to fish.
Next stop, Wong Tai Sin Temple named after Wong Chuping. When This temple is much more grandiose than the last one and is filled with statues. Wong ...
... duty for the day. The parade was really good and a lot of effort was put in. There was a few catchy songs from the ocean park and disneyland floats. The good thing about the crowds was that it we didn't feel the cold. It finished quite late and it was time to get Colm to bed. He can't hack the late nights anymore!
Our final full day in Hong Kong and we still had more exploring to do. We decided to eat brunch before leaving and with a craving for some Marks ...
... to check in earlier without any extra costs, super nice! Washed, powdered and ready to hit the big city! The weather here is a lovely 18 degrees. Metro systems are really handy, we're a 5 minute walk from the station then within 20 minutes we are wherever we want to be. Soo the chinese...They push and dont seem to have much need for personal space. Their interest in us in, meh. They quickly look us up and down and look away without a hint of a facial expression. Dont know what to make ...
... me it says something totally different when I get there but it's pretty.
Found a temple too, the incense smelt amazing but did make my eyes water a bit.
Well it's nearly lunchtime may see if I can find a bus to the harbour.
1pm and I made it to the harbour walked all the way yay me. I am getting good at this walking thing.
Can see over ...
... in a subway which was a great way to avoid Tailors.
We explored the Temple St market before finding somewhere to eat. The market was interesting but stalls were quite repetitive but we found a few items to tempt us to part with our cash. Then we had the scary task of finding somewhere to eat. Amazing number of places with their soon to be meals swimming in bins and tanks outside on the footpaths - even ...