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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so I didn't want to go too far. After I ate, I called it a night. I woke up the next morning at 5am and did some research on where I wanted to visit. Noticed the weather said it was going to be good, so I figured I would get the visit to the Buddha Statue out of the way first. I headed out of the hostel at 6am, and noticed Causeway bay was pretty dead. The only food place that was open was McDonalds. I quickly had a bite to eat there and made my way to ...
Dragon Boat Festival was the 2nd June, which was also disappointingly our day off. It sucks when public holidays fall on our day off because suddenly everything is super busy. This was added to by the fact that it was the most beautiful blue skied and sunny day, making beach going impossible. Alex and I live on one side of a hill, and just over the other side is a lovely bay. However, the landfill in the way makes walking straight ...
... Markets were a theme this time around - went to the Flower Market, got lost in another market and passed by the goldfish market but ended up in Ladies Market. Unbelievable !!! There must be zillions of pounds worth of Mulberry, Coach, Hermes and Jimmy Choo ;-) But that was nothing compared to the Night Market where we had some delicious chinese food and detour via ...
The British influence is obvious in Hong Kong where there are Victoria Harbour, Victoria Peak and Victoria Park.
Thursday afternoon, we took a stroll down the Causeway to Victoria Park. What a lovely park. Sometimes it amazes me when you enter a downtown park and the noises and odours of the city disappear and you are in an oasis. Most of the parks in China seemed that way.
There were lovely arches, beautiful, lush trees ...
... yup you've guessed it... we saw Pandas. Finally, and pretty lucky too as they were largely awake. Some were moving about, albeit usually at the very back of their contained area. It makes me wonder if they're trained in specific ways or maybe they just don't wanna chill out too close to lots of gawping tourists... probably the latter. They must be very bored of being starred at every day. Ocean Park is like a foreign miniature version of ...