Grand Skylight Garden Hotel
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Today I went for lunch with my aunt. She took me to a super nice dim sum restaurant at a mall called the one (I think that was the name since there was a giant sign with the name outside). Apparently it is a relatively new restaurant. It has a nice view of the Hong Kong side to look out while dining. I think all the restaurant dining areas are on the upper floors of malls so that customers can enjoy a view ...
... in the rain to reach the Peak Tram which took us up the side of HK mountain. Fairly over cast but still a fantastic view from the top. Back down the mountain and straight to Yum Cha (traditional HK style). A quick visit to some street side markets and then we boarded a boat back to Kowloon. We found Kowloon park and enjoyed the kids playground. Train back to hotel. Another swim in the pool and then off to the airport to fly to ...
We left Brisbane at 1.00am on Friday the 4th of April and arrived in Hong Kong around 8.00 am, after a great flight with Cathay Pacific. Lucky for us our room was ready at the Metropark Hotel Kowloon. After checking in we found our way via bus and the MTR rail over to Hong Kong Island, a very busy place and so different from home. Spent the remainder of the morning wandering around the city mixing it with the locals then took the ferry back to Kowloon and ...
... centre of Hong Kong (Porsche, Rolls Royce, Lotus, Ferrari and Buggati, Dad you would love this part of town). Eventually I reach somewhere I know, Wan Chai, I've heard about this place, the old Red Light District, however, it is 16.30 I the afternoon so doesn't suggest so. The Brits abroad really comes into light here, with bar after bar from Charlie's to The Queen Vic, clearly this area is the Magaluf of HK. Although it's so early I am approached by ...
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We clear immigration & security without issue, then Kaz decides to queue at ITC for 30 minutes for a $7 GST refund. Should have had Maccas. No refund, the minimum GST refund is $30.
The plane departs 40 minutes late but we're off and we arrive in Hong Kong early at 5.00pm. Starting to get excited now.
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