The Empire Hotel Causeway Bay
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... walked around the area.
After a nap we headed to the hotel restaurant for dinner and had some incredible, yet overpriced Chinese food. Our hotel was so nice that we never wanted to leave. However, we did walk around the ladies night market before retiring to bed.
Carolyn woke up in extreme excitement today as our first stop today was the goldfish market. Then on to ...
... the exhibition centre for some sort of convention. After extricating ourselves from a potential meet 'n' greet with some Hong Kong sci-fi star, we boarded the ferry for what is one of the world's most famous boat trips. As impressive as the soaring skyscrapers and peaks are though, I couldn't help feeling that it'd all look more impressive by night.
On reaching Kowloon, we walked along the promenade and through the Avenue of the Stars; Hong Kong's equivalent of ...
... ghosts with a different theme and it was excellent. The main idea of the ride is that you are given a tour of an old English explorer's treasures that he has picked up from all around the world. One of the treasures makes all his objects come to life, a bit like the Night At The Museum film. Throw in a cheeky monkey assistant and it gives you an idea of how the ride goes. It used all the newest technologies and tricks and it really impressed and entertained us both, it also helped ...
... son's understanding of world history.
We were also able to go to the Museum of Coastal Defence. It was interesting enough; the most interesting section was the "Current Era" room, though not for good reasons. The items displayed were benign, but the info panels were jarringly nationalistic after a pretty neutral tone through the rest of the museum. The very last info panel read, "Special thanks to the PLA for providing the information and artifacts in this exhibit." ...
... off, and sitting huddled under branches, looking out at the wet fronds around them. The pure white myna birds did not seem to notice the pouring rain, and chatted, flitted about and nibbled on mango just like it were any other day.
Once we were sufficiently soaked through and had seen enough bird species to feel satisfied, we headed out to meet an old college friend (and fellow swimmer) of mine, Larry. He is living in Hong ...