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 …
... Rhiannon and I both are the same size in shoes and clothes so we had a lot of "do you have black boots? Good I'll take mine out" this killed me especially but maybe, just maybe this whole experience will make me realise that clothes aren't as important as I thought..we shall see. I can't believe I just wrote that.. At least Georgia scored some fake tan to lighten my load and darken her skin..she was excited about this. ...
... for the Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island via the Ngong Ping cable cars, unfortunately so did everyone one else. I had been on these cable cars before when they first opened seven years ago. At the time, there were concerns about its safety after some went crashing to the ground during testing and I was able to get straight onto one without having to wait. Not so this time. Danger worries have now dissipated and the queues to board them were over two ...
... tour. It was absolutely freezing along the very scenic route which saw us pass through Repulse Bay, Stanley and then Aberdeen.
Afternoon tea was served in the Executive lounge at 1500, which included sannies, scones and cakes. After guzzling down a few of each we headed back to the room to get ready for pre-dinner canapés and cocktails, we then headed out for dinner to a restaurant called Peking garden for some yummy food before ...
... up the hill past Aberdeen and because nothing happens early in Hong Kong, we decided to go over there this morning and see if we could walk around and find what we thought must be some sort of temple. We caught the bus across the bridge, then set off through Aberdeen, up about a hundred steps and then up a big hill and just when we thought maybe it wasn't as easy to get to as we had first thought we turned a ...