Central Park Hotel
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... I felt really bad for barely being able to make it.
Once we were heading down the second mountain, I got talking to one of the Chinese students named Amber. She was asking me about my life at home and my life on the ship. She also said that she may want to spend a month in the US and asked me where I would recommend going. Of course I said New Jersey because we have the Jersey shore along with NYC so close. I also recommended Florida too ...
... to Stanley Village. For my money, the most scenic bus route in the world. Another is doing the Peak Trail, the 2.5km hike around Victoria Peak. The views were only slightly clearer than at the Sky100, but the walk is good exercise. And it is always nice to dine at The Lookout, the 19th century colonial house converted into the best restaurant on The Peak. With their astonishingly filling club sandwich a perennial favourite. I had to take the ...
... a different bus as we couldn't seem to buy a ticket for that bus. Found the hotel relatively easily but couldn't have our room for an hour as it was only 9am. Nice to have a shower and a change of clothes once we got into our room though. We are in the Central area of Hong Kong Island - walk out on the street and there are little markets everywhere.
After we had freshened up we went walking and found our way to the Peak tram, where we bought a ...
... are really interesting.
There are lots of people coming to worship and lighting incense sticks. Lots of big statues, beautiful gardens with topiary and fountains and ponds. Just a really interesting and peaceful place to wander around and observe the local culture. Lan met us there but we were waiting at different entries! While we were there and walking around we asked a few random people to take photos of the ...
Today was a jam packed day! Here's the lowdown...
- Avenue of Comic Stars at Kowloon Park
- Avenue of Stars boardwalk - didn't really recognise any of the 'stars' apart from Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan :)
- HK Museum of Art - I've never seen so much Chinese art!
- Yum cha - really nice food with a nice water view
- University ...