Crowne Plaza Hotel Hong Kong Causeway Bay
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... sweeper(a boat with a large net cage on the front cleaning the water ways) as their waste goes into the water. From there we saw stunning views of Repulse Bay and the South China Sea, the beaches are beautiful, all fitted with shark nets. Then it was a quick trip to Stanley Markets, just as well we only had 45minutes there, our suitcases would have been overweight. Stalls selling t shirts, clothing, shoes, souvenirs, handbags, all appeared very good quality. Then onto ...
... charge of its own affairs.
I had a vague recollection of a place name where my hostel might be so I headed to Kowloon on the bus, an island away from the centre. The bus went via the border and I was practically shoved back on a different bus the other side once my passport had its stamp.
... is quite addictive, with ice-cream parlours, cafes and quirky stores that made it clear that this was not your usual mall. Goods of Desire, a store that stocks products that tread the line between outrageous spoofs and emblazoned with taglines that no doubt will raise a few eyebrows, was an interesting shop to browse through.
Retreated to ...
... we can see both the harbour and the southern coast of Hong Kong Island which over looks the South China Sea. After a quick coffee stop, we rejoined the bus and travelled through Happy Valley and saw the race course and then we joined a very scenic coastal road which took us through Repulse Bay and then to Stanley, both areas have beautiful beaches and lovely residences with price tags to match! We promenades along the front in Stanley, in the sunshine and had ...
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You & Me (Io e Te)
Charlie liked the last one the best: a light-hearted (!) Bertolucci with a protagonist with hair like Cutty.