Grand Skylight Hotel Shenzhen
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... went truly out of the window when we stumbled on a little restaurant that happens to be my favourite! Colm spotted it first and when I saw it, all the tiredness seemed to vanish as I ran over to it. Yep after three and a half months of travelling, we found a Pizza Express! All I can say is "I LOVE HONG KONG!!". Colm tried to joke that he wanted noodles, well he had no choice we were going into Pizza express, no negotiations. It looked exactly like a pizza express back home ...
... we boarded sampan shuttle boats for a special sampan tour through the Aberdeen Fishing Village, to the world’s largest floating restaurant; The Jumbo Floating restaurant, to be treated to their famous dim sum lunch. (In china, dim sum and rice is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and I suppose a midnight snack)
After lunch, we were afforded the opportunity to purchase $20k + exquisitely crafted, ...
... photos every other step towards the top, just to give us a break in this heat. Dripping with sweat we made it to the foot of the Buddha. It must have taken some real dedication to have bought all the materials needed to build such a large, impressive statue in a very high inaccessible place. There were very little signs informing us of what any of the statues surrounding the Buddha meant as there were six different statues all seeming to offer something up to ...
Of the few things we wanted to see when we went over to Hong Kong from Macau was Lantau Island and the Tian Tan Buddha, we took the rail system, that was very clean and fast sevice it also serves as a rail link for the Disney complex.
The Buddha is now reached by a cable car, and boy is it a long, high one, around 6 kilometre with
great views, you can see the airport once your up high and takes about 25 minutes.
One of our group, won't mention any ...
... monastery with a good one hundred people lighting incense sticks of varying sizes before making a wish, I felt the need to wish so bought my incense stick and let's see if it comes true. On the walk back to the cable car I grabbed a couple of small trinkets for memory and made my way onwards. My next destination was to be Mong Kok on the mainland, time to see if my underground skills were really that good! I am pleased to say they were, so after a couple of changes and forty ...