Grand View Hotel
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... it's made of bricks, but it is so called because its colour resembles iron. The pagoda stands 13 stories tall in the middle of a large park. It was a beautiful sunny day to spend in the park, posing with kung fu statues and sitting by the lake. Taka was the only one of us to actually climb the tower. The extra cost to go inside it and the 1 meter tall entrance were enough to deter me. After visiting the iron pagoda we took a bus to another part of the city where we had dinner ...
... rock carving. Followed some stairs up from that point to hike quite a ways up another mountain before turning back to head for the bus in nearby Shek O.
Got the bus back to my hostel and then headed over to Kowloon for a view of the skyline and to see what kind of Christmas festivities there were along the waterfront. First piece of the waterfront I saw was the Walk of Stars which is very much like the ...
... from the mainland (China). I can taste chlorine in the Hong Kong water (when brushing teeth). Other We bought a large packet of wet wipes and didn't use one (this was from advice we were given - oh well that will go in the caravan for camping trips!!). We bought three containers of hand sanitisers and barely used one. Despite the Chinese toilets being sometimes undesirable, one thing they all did supply was running water and soap, with paper towels. Some of the toilets ...
... noodles or (Chinese style) cakes from the vegetarian canteen.
After this we visited a few of the temples and the mini `village` full of shops before catching a bus (about 20-30 minutes) to Mui Wo, where we caught a ferry back to central island - though if you have more time there s a nice beach here.
The evening was spent at a lovely Thai restaurant 'Tuk Tuk Thai' in Graham street, which served amazing Thai dishes. (Afters my struggle with meaty Chinese ...
... first dish to arrive is crispy pork but served in its full form ( It's a piglet head and all). Other various bits of animal follow. "The Special Ones" and Liv were struggling at the sight of it. Then the veggie food arrived followed by a platter containing a large fish. The squirmishness was abating and the delicious fish was devoured. More food arrived, we were all feeling a bit full by now and passed on most of it. While the meal was being served there was a ...