Central Park Hotel
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... to finish and had sore throats after hahaha It was mad because we are Westerners people where starring at as and we were asked for our pictures three times hahahaha we were as big an attraction as the Pandas. We live in Tiny Derry and they live in a massive place yet they thought seeing us was weird. We where nackered come 6pm but Ciaran being a Devine wanted a pint so we went into an area then with all the bars and had ...
... 8th floor, which has a great view of the planes coming in and the China Sea. We showered and were soon snoring like little piglets. Nothing like hotel sheets when you’ve been on a plane overnight.
We had an hour’s snooze and then watched some telly before heading out for food. We had a disappointing buffet meal in the hotel (think Taybarns!) and are now back in our room waiting to meet Darling Daughter off her plane. She ...
The Hong Kong lifestyle is still vastly different from that in mainland China. This is a very modern, vibrant, very affluent, Western-style city. China’s government claims that they are "one country with two systems", ...
... without any help.
From the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator we headed to the Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Garden. Not that we could no longer live without plants and animals but it was just a shortcut on the way to the lowest station of the famous Peak Tram.
The Peak Tram has been in operation since 1888 taking people up an incline so steep that buildings appear like they are leaning at a 45-degree angle. This time we bought two different kinds of ...
... a significant lower price for everything. Afterwards were decided to get the famous steep tram up to the Peak. Standing at 552 metres above sea level, the Peak is the highest mountain on Hong Kong Island and was a natural signaling post for incoming cargo ships in the nineteenth century. Obviously a lot more modernised now, we had to queue for a while to get up and back down. The weather was quite foggy up there actually, but we still managed to get ...