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... noticing and missing the views with vivid colours – we are literally living in a fog (maybe mentally as well!). It’s not affected our health yet. Tim is cold-free at the moment and I’m getting over a chest cold – nasty cough that lingers on.
Since it’s cooling down in the evenings, I decided to try a Zumba class Wednesday night with Tisha, an amazing young teacher from San Diego (her 3rd year in China). ...
... some time up there and then had a look around the monastery and temples. There was a walk nearby that went to a wisdom walk. Lots of tall wooden pillars in Chinese inscribed with prayers. Arranged in the infinity shape. It was lovely up there felt like you were out in the countryside. We took the cable car back to the MTR station and shops, grabbed some tea and got back to our hotel about 7pm ...
... Burger King! Wow that meal was really amazing as it was the best we had so far with our stay in Hong Kong! We ended our tour with a very long queue back down to Admiralty Station. Was a bit cold out! Would recommend something warm and maybe an umbrella if you decide to visit there a bit later as it became cloudy and rainy as we left. Black Forest cake at Taipan topped the day of on a sweet ...
... a few years ago and they look very new and designed and they are completely surrounded by sky scrapers. I think we like the more natural look and again Japan has spoiled us, they even try to mimic the Golden Pavilion but fail badly! They also have very militant wardens, who patrol the gardens, you cannot bring food in and you are only allowed water. We spends hours in the garden, chilling and writing diaries etc. The ...
One of the many wonderful things about living abroad is that we make an effort to go and see "touristy" things around us, even though we technically have made Hong Kong our home...
and so, on one cool crisp morning, we trekked to Sha Tin in the New Territories to find the land of the Buddhas...the Ten Thousand Buddhas...which is located in Po Fook Hill at Pai Tau Village. The temple was founded in 1949 and completed in 1957.
There is a ...