Grand View Hotel
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... and went to the Windows of the World where the green line intersects and we hopped on that line. Windows of the World is a park with miniature versions of famous world sites, ie, Eiffel Tower, the Great Wall, Pyramids of Giza, etc. I will go there one day after I get paid because I hear it isn’t cheap. So expect to see me posing next to some world famous monuments in miniature form. The green line took us to Shopping Park which includes a place called Coco Park that a lot ...
... We were very impressed with the brave people who were walking up the hill's! Unfortunately we didn't have a clear view of the scenery, it was overcast, but could see enough.
At the top of the hill we walked towards the Tian Tan Buddha, the worlds tallest seated bronze Buddha statue, walked up an avenue through statues of the Chinese Zodiac signs, of course we got our pictures taken with our own zodiac signs!
We had to climb up quite some stairs to ...
... cop-out card (interestingly they're completely different to ones in mainland China, with a whole new menu). From there it was back on our old friend the Metro to get across to Hong Kong Island from Kowloon where we're staying. Our first stop was the Man Mo temple, just to get in Emily's temple fix of the day. It's incredibly tiny inside, and doesn't seem to have anything in it, so we were done pretty quickly. From there we walked ...
... used Mum's (and Brookes') hotel points to put me up on the club floor for two nights to celebrate Mum's birthday. Before they arrived I managed to apply for my China visa (surprisingly easy, let's see if I actually get it!) and go around the science museum - I love being a nerd!
It was great to see Mum and Dad again and catch up with them. After a few hours chatting over coffee and swapping photos, videos and stories, we headed to the June 4th Museum which ...
China Day 5
For the most part this was a big travel day. We first woke up and went to the Temple of Heaven super early in the morning, which apparently was the best time to go...and yes it was! There were tons of elderly people exercising! I know that seems weird, but it was actually really cool, I hope I have the energy of these people some day. There were people doing Ti chi, playing with hackey sacks, playing badminton, dancing zumba lines, and playing cards, it was great! ...