Garden View Hong Kong(YWCA)
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We have had a great start to our travels! The first five days of our trip were spent in Hong Kong and this turned out to be a fantastic place to begin our six month adventure. Hong Kong has many elements of Traditional Chinese culture but also has western influences, so arriving here was not too much of a culture shock. Our time in Hong Kong was …
... of idyllic beaches. I regret that I didn't go and explore more of these. At first it was too warm to go hiking, and when it finally started cooling down last week - I didn't have enough time. It certainly gives a whole different feel to the city. When thinking of Hong Kong, most people see sky-scrapers and crowded streets. There's a huge part that most visitors never discover. 13. Anything under 25 degrees is considered cold After living in ...
... covered with cloud, the harbour was covered in cloud, and even the Buddha which took me 40 minutes to get to by bus and then another 10 minutes to walk up 200 stairs was covered in CLOUD! I was annoyed, but cheered up later on my bus back when I saw a random cow walking along a pavement. It was so obedient and looked like it was enjoying its random stroll...Eventually I did get an umbrella on day three which meant I could wander around the Kowloon side and ...
... resident Tammy, we dumped our bags and enjoyed a moment's respite from the travelling. After being shown around our comfortably small apartment, and being warned not to touch Tammy's miniature elephant collection, we headed out into the hustle and bustle of the city. Thinking we weren't too near the busy areas of the city, imagine our surprise when we turned the corner into HK's version of Oxford Street, complete with Apple Store. Max ...
... arrive early though, because we got there just in time, and there were absolutely no seats left, but still plenty of standing room.
Oh I guess I haven't mentioned this yet, but the octopus travel card that we got, is good for metro, buses and ferries. Ferries are the easiest way to get from the IFC mall to the viewing platform for the light show. We did this multiple times and it is not only convenient but also takes less points off your card.