Golden Palace Hotel
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... Thousand Buddhas monastery, but as we'd already done one yesterday and it was up a hill and our feet were aching (excuses excuses!) we decided to cut our losses and head back to the hotel, as we were booked on a tour of the jade market at 3pm. So we went back, had a little sit down and then went downstairs to meet Michael (I don't think that was his real name), our guide for our tour of the jade market. We had a really good hour with him. He showed us the local "rest ...
... hadn’t been finished. Construction was rampant on each tower, and if one were to take one false turn, well, then you may very well not find your way back.
All in all, for as poor as condition the Chungking Mansions were, it was in a stellar location and served its job. For any first time traveler to Hong Kong, I strongly recommend a stay at the Mansions.
... two lanes of traffic to make a turn, park and completely block a lane etc. Through all this our drivers approach this as the norm which it is here, including when a car blocked our lane going into a street and because of heavy traffic we could not go forward or backward for a period of time. Only once I have I seen one of our drivers get upset, in this instance a car did a u-turn on the street we were turning down, parked on the street completely blocking us, picked up a ...
... of malls with fab shops. Even though there's no sales tax - it's still expensive. Big Batman exhibition on - we see the original batmobiles used in the films.
Loads and loads of different places to eat. Lots of Chinese and Western food. We are spoilt for choice.
... of Soho offering a delicious cacophony of bars and restaurants. We then wandered down Hollywood Road to the Man Mo Temple. The Temple offered an interesting contrast to the busy, built up streets that was our experience of Hong Kong to date. On our way home we visited the Graham Street Market full to bursting with weird and wonderful foods...including some very live and still jumping fish!
Tonight we walked the ...