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22.6.2014 Hong Kong, China
Awaiting our flight to England after a three night stopover in Hong Kong- always a nice place to spend a few nights. This time we treated ourselves to a stay at the Kowloon waterfront Marco Polo hotel, right by the Overseas Terminal and the Star Ferry terminal, and surrounded by all …
... for the next 50 years and retain their own free market economy. There is fierce political debate and social discontent because ,I think, the Chinese government is reneging on the deal - hence the student protests which we saw whilst we stayed. Hong Kong has an amazing history the more I’ve looked into it. In fact we did walk through the camps of the protestors, but whilst we were there we didn’t see any trouble at all. It seems to me the protestors are the ones who ...
... up Victoria Peak and walked down, walked around a lot to explore the streets, rode the central escalators to midtown, walked down Hollywood Road, ate steamed buns and rice cakes, had a lovely Japanese meal, took the star ferry to Kowloon in the evening to see the lights, and watched the laser show from a skybar in the Sheraton. And on the last day we took a ferry trip to Lamma island. That was our whistle stop tour or Hong Kong :-)
Rachel here :-)
... picking on" the exchange students for not understanding Hong Kongian euphemisms.
All of my classes seem to naturally segregate by language speaking ability. Of course the Hong Kong natives sit together and speak Cantonese to each other, but the German speakers sit together, and even the French speakers from multiple different countries sit together. Even though all classes are taught in English, it's interesting to listen to different pockets of languages ...
... a massive, international city; kind of like New York City, minus the amazing live music scene. We traveled by foot through million dollar neighborhoods to reach Victoria Peak which overlooks the Hong Kong side of skyscrapers and buildings. An easy metro ride over to the Kowloon side allows you to stroll down their version of the Avenue of Stars and check out Bruce Lee and Jet Li's hand prints in the concrete all while ogling the gorgeous skyline illuminated at ...