Citadines Hongkong Ashley
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... t ripped off. I tried not to blink. Smooth, efficient, organised.
As we drove towards the city - the mist lifted and slowly the islands/waterways/bridges and mass of skyscrapers came into view. It really was an arresting sight.
The name Hong Kong derives form “Fragrant Harbour” in cantonese. It’s 1,104sq km sits on the Pearl River Delta and is surrounded by the South China Sea. Less than 25% of the land mass is developed and 40% ...
... next guesthouse. We hiked to the top of the hill in Ping’an & around the nearby rice terraces. The rice terraces looked fantastic & I believe this is the best time of year to see them, as the rice is starting to turn golden. It was an important national holiday the day we did this & a lot of Chinese people travel to this area at this time of year. We noticed that the rice was already starting to shake on the ground, but I think the local farmers ...
... but very little (except T shirts) for boys, so the hunt continued.
Trudge, trudge, and trudge until ‘T Shirts’ it was, (largely).
Made it back to our home area and ended up at the same restaurant, that we had gone to on the first night in HK, which was well-priced, a good range of menu options, and had pictures and English descriptions of the dishes.
Enough for the day, home and ...
... printed photo or nothing - we chose nothing! Fortunately we had a photo on our camera.
We got dropped off on the waterfront, ready for the Government funded Symphony of Lights - the World's largest permanent light and sound show. We were a bit disappointed. It was pretty, but the magic was already there with the building lights reflected in the water.
After our big afternoon, we were ready for a beer - well, perhaps not ...
a penible night where I find myself having troubles sleeping (maybe
because I'm used to goto bed at 4am and not 1am, just a wild guess) we
wake up at 9 am, manage to get dressed in this tiny little room that
sometimes makes me think of Harry Potter's room under the stairs, and
then get going. Program today: first get my Vietnamese visa procedure in
order, then do some walking around the city.