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... Got to try out the card straight away, figured out on the metro map to which station we needed to go and off we went! Airport express got to town very fast! Transfer to next metro and off we go! Or not.... Des's travel card didn't work to get onto the platform, he went to costumer service and was able to get to our platform with the elevator. We knew where we needed to head when we arrived at the station, although that's quite hard with all the Chinese signs! We found the hotel ...
... would be, how far away it was or how many transfers I was going to make, but I was determined and stuck to it. After a short hiccup with the cab driver (once I arrived at the Tai Po Market station) who could not read my english address, I had to resort to calling the restaurant back to tell the cabby where to go, long and short of it was I didn't get there until 6:20. The owner was never the less happy to see me and as I walked down the pedestrian street to the restaurant ...
We spent the rest of the day wondering around Hong Kong checking where things are...so we headed down to the ferry port. A lot of work is being done all around here making it difficult to work out where we were. Watched the sun start to set behind the tall sky scrappers. We also saw the Ageas Logo which is pretty kool.
Back at the room now ready to explore The Peak tomorrow.
... and religious life in Hong Kong for over a century. Originally the community was mostly Baghdadi and the synagogue was under the influence of the Haham of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation of London: it is now fully independent and has 200 families from across the Jewish diaspora.
The name Ohel Leah commemorates Leah Sassoon, the mother of the Sassoon brothers Jacob, Edward, and Meyer who donated the land for building ...
... and art. It’s within short walking distance of Po Lin Monastery and the Tian Tan Buddha.
Start from climbing 268 steps till you reach the feet of the Giant Buddha – 34 meters high Buddha sits on lotus flower (26.4meters). Gold and bronze was used to create this stature, which glitters and glows under sunlight. The panoramic view from the top is very rewarding! Then have some lunch or snack at the vegetarian canteen in the ...