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Had a pre-departure dinner with the tour group and a free day of sight seeing. After dinner we headed our for the Sound and Light show on the skyscrapers of Hong Kong Island.
... some of us quicker than others. We returned to Hong Kong Central on the MTR and headed straight for Pier 9 where we met the Rainbow ferry to take us out to Lamma Island for a seafood feast at the Rainbow Restaurant. This small fishing village has fish farms in the bay in front and a selection of waterfront restaurants with their live seafood tanks. The ferry ride took about 45 mins giving us a wonderful view of Hong Kong and surrounds. We had pre-dinner drinks at ...
... under the cable car. This turns out to be the steep track, which is ******* the legs, but the path is smooth and passes through beautiful thick rain forest, which is pretty incredible considering the high-rise just below. On the path we met up with an expat English engineer and walked with him a while till he decided to resume his jogging.
Lower down we came to steep streets and had to plot a course which didn’t take us too low down ...
... really other than selling whatever they have to whoever will buy. One window had a air dried flying gecko for healing something - check the photo! After an hour or more I had had enough and wandered down in the direction of the ferry (knowing now that a ferry ride to Kowloon from the island for about A$0.50 saves about A$10.00 in taxi fares and the experience is pretty cool). About another two hours later after getting lost in three completes under towers I managed to ...
... return us to where our day started. We scurried across just before the gangway was lifted and we were underway. Being an older style ferry, we moved along at a moderate rate while rash "cats" servicing Macau flashed by, leaving a wake of white water behind them. It's possible every minute counts when a gambler is itching to part with their money in one of the many casinos in Macau. We passed by what seemed like a dedicated parking lot for refuelling boats that were waiting to ...