Central Park Hotel
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... the Star ferries. Our excitement levels increased in anticipation. We taxied up to the Peak to enjoy the panoramic views before catching the peak tram down. We were astounded by the massive queue of people waiting to go up on the tram. Traveller's tip: Taxi to the top to avoid queuing for many hours and enjoy the ride down with a small group of people. We then cruised across on the Star ferry to Kowloon side and enjoyed close up views of the Insignia. It was then time to ...
... We have been keeping touch with our friend Paul from the Dragoman “Istanbul to the 'Stans” trip in 2008, and had arranged for him and his wife to meet us at the hotel prior to going out to a seafood restaurant in Kennedy Town where they live. They turned up on time and we walked down to the main road to catch a $HK1 tram to Kennedy Town. The restaurant is only a block from the tram stop, and is right on the water front. The food is pretty ...
... br> I went for a wander to see if I could find a USB / SD card reader to transfer photos to my laptop and got sidetracked by a lovely Hong Kong tailor. Philip was very pervasive and assured me that he was a man of quality and beyond repute. Being a fan of vests and knowing my two that I had made in in Singapore some ten years ago are getting a bit on, I thought why not. Apparently I have a great bargain...but I may have also paid for his next holiday. I did however find ...
... arriving in Hong Kong I took the express train to Hong Kong Station. It's took maybe 20 minutes and I was right DT. It took no time at all to realize how different HK was from main land China, people actually used manners. A women actually apologized for bumping into me. Now, for those of you back home, you have to realize that for the most part Chinese people are very pushy, to the point that they will run into you and keep going without any recognition or remorse. I ...
... just before 2pm. Shenzhen is the closest city in mainland China to Hong Kong, and the instructions we had from china.diy.travel about how to cross the border and get into Hong Kong said that it was only about a three minute walk from the station to the border crossing, and then we could take the subway into Hong Kong. Given that, we hadn't really done much (any) research ourselves into how to get from Shenzhen station to the border, so when we found ourselves ...