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... main street and all got photos jumping in front of the Disney castle which was all barricaded up with a print of the castle which was a huge disappointment. We ventured through all the lands that Hong Kong had to offer and had a pretty relaxed lunch in a cafe were everything was coke a cola funded. The lights were green glass stained with the coke a cola brand it was pretty cool looking and had a pretty enjoyable day going through some more rides and seeing a lot of the shows that ...
26th to 31st Oct - Hong Kong
We have arrived in Hong Kong airport. It was a night flight - saving on accommodation but not on sleep. The first thing to notice was how spotlessly clean everything is - absolutely sparkling. Walls, floors, corners - all clean. Even the people are clean and neat - lots of paper face masks worn routinely; ironed, freshly laundered clothes, smart suits; smooth,perfectly chopped shiny hairstyles. And everything works - clean toilets, not a ...
... mall and alight in Stanley Village.
After a lunch on the waterfront at Ocean Bay, one of a number of restaurants and bars, we head back to the bus stop. This time we're looking for a 14 which crosses the eastern side of the Island and ends up in Shau Kei Wan. Next to the bus stop is the old Police Station, now a supermarket. The 14 heads up into the hills through Tai Tam country park and, via a ...
... the central city are the Trees that can at times be seen clinging with spidery roots and silken leaf tendrils to small patches of ground and revetted walls. Riding the Victoria peak train up the track gives outstanding views of an ever expanding city and as the journey continues above the flats the skyline and towers become more impressive. After a crammed train ride up to the top of the peak we made our way further up to the top of the viewing platform ...
... seemed worth the suffering at the time of booking. Given the introduction to this blog you will have realised the saving was not worth the suffering. It was only a few quid difference, what was I thinking? The journey started terribly, the less said about the middle the better and the end was made marginally more tolerable by its proximity to us disembarking the train, other than those bits it was a pretty miserable experience filled with ...