Guang Dong Hotel
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... dropping my jaw in awe.
Hong Kong is beautiful. The perfect combination of soaring buildings and lush greenery, all blanketing waves of rolling hills. I smiled to myself, glad that I had gotten myself to actually empty my iPhone's camera roll.
That afternoon I moved into the dorms at the university. It was a painful process. Lugging two suitcases, a carry on, and a backpack up a never-ending ...
... out and I was going to have a movie night. We went back through the market where I bought a memento from Hong Kong when we realised the door was locked and that we had to go outside and wait in a really long line. As expected, the line was really long but we saw a guy selling shirts which said ' I am happy' dad wouldn't let me get one though. I spent most of the time by sitting on dad's foot and dad spent it trying to make sure I didn't get too hot. 45 minutes later, we were ready ...
Leaving for NZ today at 7pm so last day in the baking heat for a while. Our flip flop days are nearly over (for now).
We take the Harbour cruise. After 10 minutes Dan starts to feel really sick with the motion of the boat. He sits there looking green with sick bag to hand. Whilst we're on board, out of nowhere, there is a really bad storm. Thunder, lightning and heavy rain. We stand around on deck ...
... the Crystal Cabin experience (glass-bottomed cable car!) I decided to go for the 1+1 Standard + Crystal Round-Trip Cable Car experience, which essentially means standard cabin up, crystal cabin down the mountain. That amounts to HK$285 (S$45),
The Tai-O Boat Excursion was an interesting experience, where I got to see the villages on stilts as well as an expansive mountainous backdrop. Tai-O is a traditional fishing village, a ...
... Hong Kong, and now a destination for people to pay homage to their ancestors by lighting incense and saying prayers. It was difficult for Lili to stay for any length of time, as the incense smoke was overwhelming. It was about 2:00 and Lili said "doesn't anyone in Hong Kong eat lunch? I'm starving!" So, we grabbed a quick bite, then headed back to Kowloon for some serious napping. Jet lag was definitely winning ...