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... way down to the New Years fireworks display in the harbour.
We were expecting throngs of people crammed around the waterfront watching the fireworks, but were pleasantly surprised by the ease of which we could find a good viewing spot with lots of personal space around us.
At exactly 8pm, the fireworks began with a climax of large, high fireworks that lasted for nearly 25 minutes only broken up by a few short periods of explosions closer to the water. With ...
... on th machines, signs, and even the trains. It is actually much easier than doing it in Sydney.
First, we crossed the island and wandered along the harbour front - there are a maze of covered walkways right along the waterfront, with offshoots leading into the stores/office blocks - really good on a day like today.
Cloud was still bad, but knowing we may not be back, we made our way to ...
... to the airport. We don’t need to though, as we’ve had plenty of time in town already, so we head down to the airport and prepare to head down into Vietnam. Sadly, the flight isn’t direct – we’re flying via Guangzhou in China, so prepare ourselves to enter the lion’s den one last time before the delights of Southeast Asia await us.
We’ve both really enjoyed Hong Kong. China was fairly challenging as a ...
... as they fly over the park. Reading a sign we discover they are not native, but have escaped and are very successful, a bit too much so apparently they are considered to be a pest. Hey ho.
Twilight is now descending and we make our way back through the centre of town toward the harbour. We sit and watch the world go by, both on land and sea. All of a sudden it is dark and the city is dressed for the night.
We head back to the hotel and so goodnight ...
... alternating in Cantonese or Mandarin with English subtitles and vice versa. So one tended to sit down a fair bit, and as a result I comfortably spent about four hours in the Museum without being stricken by museum feet.
Next floor up dealt with the modern history of the island, starting with the Opium Wars which I now, at last, feel I have an inkling of an understanding of. Then through things like the early colony, the Japanese ...