Harbour Laguna Hotel
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Three alarms later and we finally woke up only leaving our selves 20 minutes to get changed, have breakfast and meet Daniel from 4M (our guide for the day) down at the MTR we then set off on our tourist day. First stop, the Peak!! We caught a tram up to the top of the Peak expecting to get some awesome pics of the City unfortunately due to the weather we could only see about 10m in front. After taking a few pointless pictures we went into the Chinese version of ...
... Steps lead up to a nunnery/temple in ancient chinese style buildings, with lots of big golden buddhas. Couldn't take a lot of pictures as it wasn't allowed but we sneaked a few through the side before we spotted one of the "enforcers" keeping an eye on us. These are little old women in police uniform that can harness the power of lightning to fry your brain. Whole affair was very weirdly offset by the skyscraper residential blocks in every direction. Decided to try ...
... It was a very short drive from our hotel to the ferry terminal and during our drive we met our tour director Michelle and her happy flower. She had a stuffed flower with a happy face on it that we would simply follow around so we wouldn't get lost. There were only 16 of us so it was pretty easy to stay cohesive. She explained to us that restrooms will be critical on the trip and that she calls them happy rooms. She said to try ...
... we took the metro over to Hong Kong island to view the IFC building. You can go up to the 55th floor to view the city. When we arrived we where told that viewing stops at 6:30pm so we had missed it. We had a walk around and took a few pictures then we decided to take the ferry back over to Kowloon, the views where really amazing! We got some great photos. As we docked in the ferry port we noticed that there was a light show on too from all the high rise building over ...
... visit. Our bus was a fairly roomy Hyundai, never saw one before. We traveled through very crowded streets and it helped to close your eyes rather than jump every time we had a near miss. The highlight of the tour was a visit to a school where the children couldn’t get enough of hi fiving everyone, and pulling the hair on my arms since most Vietnam man are hairless. Then they sang for us and wanted us to toss them up time and time again before we could go on our ...