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Feeling like zombies we pushed on to Avenue of the Stars, picking of historic sites on the way (those from the days of British rule). Avenue of the Stars presented us with a stunning view of HKG island (the bit where all the big buildings are - the bit often seen in films). It really was incredible and the boats chugging along added to the drama.
The Avenue of Stars are basically HKGs Hollywood's walk of fame, with notable stars such as Jet Li, ...
... which is definitely legit at £14.
We have just finished our first full day in HK today, working in a 12 hour shift to fit in as many activities as possible in our short stay. Taking our shoes off never felt so good, feeling glad we opted to buy decent footwear before the trip. The next entry will cover the stuff we have done today as well as our last day tomorrow...need sleep.
... real Chinese Fondue. We visited the Occupy sites of Hong Kong. It was so peaceful in the middle of the city and so well organized.
Then it was time to party again. I haven't partied two nights straight since my college years I think. Again great time.
Finally, I got the chance to meet my friend's wife (newly weds) and eat the famous Dim Sum before flying back to Singapore.
... to do some more Hong Kong sight-seeing. Through discoverhongkong.com I had already found several walking tours you can take around Hong Kong, so we decided to do one of these. Our first stop was Nan Lian garden and the adjacent Chi Lin Nunnery. The garden was created recently, but was designed to resemble a traditional Chinese garden from around the 8th century. Although the garden was pretty and felt like an oasis inside the city, it didn't particularly impress me and ...
We decided to stay in tonight with kids going to bed early in preparation for big day tomorrow - Disney Land here we come!
We've attached a picture of Sam with the year 5S Wellesley School teddy bear - aptly named Bear Grylls. He is accompanying us on our adventures and we'll try and show him some different sights.