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... a couple of times. Thankfully they do have english street names. I probably won't be so lucky in China. That said, I rode the ferry three times today - very exciting stuff. I always wish I lived near bigger bodies of water. My pictures of the gorgeous nunnery and gardens I visited are on my camera and unlikely to be uploaded until I'm home, you'll have to be happy with the camera selfies and snap shots. ...
to Lantau Island and see the infamous big Buddha. Near the big Buddha were also
these “Wisdom Poles”, for lack of a better term. These were large poles made of
wood which had many wise saying engraved in Chinese on them. Situated in the
valley between a few large mountains, the Wisdom Poles truly emitted a feeling
of wisdom and serenity. Once we were done there we headed off to dinner. Our
restaurant was located in the back ...
... was exactly like being in our local store, but what the heck, we needed to check :0)
Now this next bit of news might cheer you up, getting off the tube back in downtown Kowloon it was raining! Fortunately we had anticipated such an event and bought umbrellas hurrah :). Unfortunately they were tucked up back in the hotel nice and dry - boo! However as fortune would have it the tube station is right outside our favourite Vietnamese ...
... along the Avenue of Stars checking out the skyline to the Star Ferry. Hopping on the ferry, we took a few minutes on the Hong Kong side to look at the lights of Kowloon, before returning and heading off to Murphy's pub for dinner. The food, while good, was pricey and the service was poor, but hey, we (yes even Jack) were tired of Chinese food and glad for the change. Day 2: After a relaxing morning, we decided just to wander about. Starting at the East Tshim Sha Tsui ...
As i stated in my last entry my plan for today was to head over to Lantau Island which is the largest island in Hong Kong situated at the base of the Pearl River.
From my hostel i got the metro , i had to change 3 times but it was a simple enough journey as all he platforms and station names are in Chinese and English, along with all the staff been very helpful.
Once i got to Lantau Island the weather gods were not on my side and the cloud cover was ...