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Jade Dragon Mountain
Jade Dragon Snow Mountain (sinmplified chinese traditional chinese ;pinyin : Yùlóngxuě Shān) is a mountain massif(also identified as ...
... top of the Victoria Peak to see the view over the whole city. We then went for a boat trip around the harbour, taking in all the city from the water. As expected Hong Kong is very different from the rest of China, and though the number of high rise buildings hasn't changed you can tell immediately the British influence. Mum and Dad left a couple if days ago to fly back to England and I have just one more night here before I head on to Australia. It has been ...
... items so many come to try and get a bargain also..
My last course was with the lovely Karen Davies, a U.K. decorator who now specialises in molds and producing books..our time was productive and informative.. soo relaxed and informal as has been my whole time here.. have met such lovely folk..
Leaving the Convention Centre for the last time , I headed south into the midst of Wanchai where locals were at their fresh markets.. ...
... nice too.
After thank you's and the obligatory awkward and embarrassing photos (which are of course essential - in a "photos or it didn't happen" kind of way), Lei dropped me off to my hotel, which was amazingly good for its $50 per night tariff. I had dinner in the equally punch-above-its-weight restaurant, complete with some of the nicest waiting staff I've ever had.
Then it was time to go back to my room to do some more work, but I... feel asleep (collapsed). It was ...
... Only 3 relaxing days and 4 fun filled others. Monday was a relaxing day. Class, Dim Sum, and Squash. Dim Sum here is addicting, and I could eat it 100 times over. So much variety, and so so tasty. Tuesday brought a little bit more entertainment than Monday. A group of headed to the Happy Valley Horse Races. Jockey racing is quite famous in Hong Kong and being apart of the experience was a lot of fun. It's more than just a night to gamble but rather a social ...