Guang Dong Hotel
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... was free WIFI and a Starbucks (typical). What I have realised after my 3 day stay was that HK was full of Western restaurants (Pizza Express), Starbucks (every street corner) and Western shops (like Topshop, no Primark though...). So there was me thinking everything was going to be in Chinese and I was going to suffer from some culture shock...but everything had English writing and people could speak English. I think South America had more of a ...
... days. Filled with an exciting and varied stock of activities, I was keen to have an early night just to be fresh and get going tomorrow! We dined in the HK Times Square mall, shovelling in some great tasting, reasonably priced local food. Once again, I had flashbacks of China and offered up silent thanks I would only have to eat Chinese food for five days! Some more traipsing around the many shops killed the remaining time until sweet ...
... in Hong Kong, a 1st class ride across Victoria Harbour on the Star Ferry! It is always a magical trip seeing all the activity on the water and all the high-rise buildings on each shore. We could even see right up to The Peak, which is quite unusual - it is often obscured by mist or cloud.
After arriving on the island we walked along to the Outlying Islands terminal, just in time for the 11:50 ferry to Lamma. We needed to catch this one since there wasn't ...
... that is greatly lacking here in Indonesia. It was clean and progressive and I truly understand why it is such an epicenter for culture and business. And the food was GREAT! I am very happy we went there. Presently, HK is in a big debate about their relationship with China and maybe clarifying how much or little independence they actually have. I don't want to have a big conversation about it because I admittedly don't know all the nuances but HK does seem ...
... standard ticket people in the line, which was very long. Now this was most helpful as it only cost little extra money, so definitely worth it. People, who are keen on trails can ride the cable car one way and then return via a walking track which would probably take a whole day. At the top is a tourist village with a few restaurants, souvenir shops and ice cream stands, and walking with Buddha where you learn about the first Buddha, and a Monkey ...