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 …
So due to popular demand (mostly from my family) I've decided to become a professional blogger again. For those that missed my South America series you missed some good writing... As for my European Inter-railing series, it never existed because at 18 years old technology hadn't really advanced yet and I was more into scrap booking than blogging back then. So as a keen and passionate traveller I've moved on to a new part of the world and a new chapter in ...
... seem like sandpaper. It's such a status symbol you want to wear it pinned to your lapels but detachably so such that you can wave it in the faces of those ogling it as you walk past. Unfortunately the 6+ is a bulkier version of the phone that seems to have become unstuck trying to decide whether it's an iPhone or iPad. Bigger does not always equal better. With our tech appetite satiated and details of how to purchase one instilled ...
It was still somewhat early so we headed back across the river and grabbed some more beers from a 7/11 (does this make us sound like drunks?) and walked up to this beautiful public viewing area. This is right next to the ferry station and is THE place for watching the light show. The music is played here and you have a perfect view of the HK skyline, including the IFC building. If you want to sit during the light show, which lasts about 30 minutes, ...
... into the sky and flashing a few lights. It is definitely worth spending a few minutes on the Avenue of the Stars to see the city lit up and looking gorgeous, with lights reflecting of the harbour. Then we walked past the Asian walk of fame, which have commemorative plaques, celebrity hand prints, descriptive milestones, movie memorabilia, a life-size statue of kung fu action hero Bruce Lee and a bronze rendering of popular cartoon character McDull, ...