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 …
... harbour are just breathtaking to see. Seven million people live here and the air pollution and smog is bad. 70 present of Hong Kong is still forest and mountains. After we finished enjoying the stunning views we took a tram down the mountain. The tram has been running for over 125 years. Once at the bottom of the tram we caught the metro to the harbour. There we had a quick lunch and then enjoyed a ferry ride on ...
... we ended up spending most of the day with them. We waited in the long line until we finally got to the tram, however we were last to get on since everyone was pushing and shoving. Dad ended up standing, I was going to do the same until the lady with a spare chair reluctantly let me sit down. The ride up to the top took about half an hour, I got a few good photos before getting out and onto the crowded platform. We walked through a little market with lots of different things ...
... after all this is Hong Kong. For dinner we went to Chan Kee for chicken rice that had the most delicious soya and sesame oil sauce. The nice lady serving us may have noticed us trying to get all the sauce off the plate (we just stopped short of licking the plate) as she brought us a whole bowl of the sauce Note to self (aka Lesson for Today) : learn from the boys...they left most of the roast chicken skin, I ate most of mine. They went to the gym today...I ...
... painful read, I shall talk about the more uplifting parts of this journey, where the natural landscape triumphs over the artificiality of the designated "tourist attractions".
Personally, I found the 360 Sky-Land-Sea pass to be of most value, which gives visitors a comprehensive tour of the surrounding area and its attractions without leaving you in the lurch at the bland Ngong Ping village like a lost soul. In contrast to The ...