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... but there are little and sometimes big restaurants and some are quite fancy. The place we chose was not super cheap but it was a lot cheaper than Sea World had been. It was also pretty tasty. I ordered a vermicelli bowl with lemongrass chicken and an iced Vietnamese coffee. We explored a little more but eventually went home to our separate buildings and called it a day.
Monday was a day for banks. We went to a bank and got a Chinese bank account. I am now a ...
... Lam Tree walk around the summit. Naturally, I loved taking macro shots of flowers up there, but we were also fascinated to see all the ship traffic in the harbor.
Next on the day's schedule was lunch in a Tea Shop and Dim Sum Restaurant that has been open since 1933. We were really looking forward to eating at Luk Ye Tea House -- we read about it in the Hungry Hong Kong blog (hungryhk.blogspot.hk), where it was described ...
... as country parks and nature reserves. Much of the landmass is hilly to mountainous, so the skyline is high green mountains with bays and inlets, surrounded by blue seas with concentrated patches of super modern bling sky scrapers all connected by long, mainly suspension, bridges. Absolutely beautiful. Most of the development is on the Kowloon Peninsular and Hong Kong Island where we were staying. Because of the restricted development areas Hong Kong has grown upwards and is the ...
... the bus to the Stanley Waterfront, on the other side of the island. The ride took around 1 hour, and we passed several beaches. Once we got to the waterfront, we sat in a German restaurant and chilled there for about 2 hours. Once the other 2 reached the waterfront, we picked up some souvenirs, got in a cab and came back to the city. We first stopped at a bakery where we picked up some Pineapple Buns and Egg Tarts, which ...
... couple. What a place to have to navigate...
After check in we ventured off to Victoria Peak and caught the Tram up the hill - what a view! We dined at Bubba Gump and reminisced about our visit to Bubba G in Monterey on the West Coast (near Carmel) on our trip to American back in '08.
By this time our feet were starting to sting - haha you can feel it can't you?
Cam met us at the hotel and ...