Lee Garden Hotel
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... Po Lin Monastery, the monks who live here got the big Buddha built. Everywhere around you you see people light incense sticks, big and small! And praying to the Buddhas present at the monastery. The monastery is built in Chinese style with beautiful colours. Inside there are different rooms for the different Buddhas. One of the rooms was filled up with 10k Buddhas, all over the room, very impressive and beautiful! Sweet Des bought us girls some extra incense sticks ...
After lunch, back to the hotel, and our room is ready. Quite small, but comfortable, and up high away from the noise.
We collapse and have a sleep, and wake up around 5:30pm, and it is now raining.
Rather than wander the streets, we go to the hotel restaurant which is known for its traditional Cantonese food - it is certainly not what you would order ...
... views so a bit of sun is a small price. The little public beach is great, but I'd imagine during holidays it must be packed. The sand is comfortable on the feet, the water warm and inviting, the larger rocks make for decent sunning beds. The beach is netted off from the bay and there is an advisory sign warning about not swimming outside of the net due to sharks. I didn't see any but who knows? There are changing facilities that include outdoor showers to rinse the ...
... one of Hong Kong’s most important Buddhist sanctums which is home to many devout monks, this monastery is rich with colourful manifestations of Buddhist iconography. The gardens have nice flowers and there is a vegetarian restaurant here. It was a good day excursion and we had great day.
We went for foot massages almost every day and we also visited the local markets shops, few restaurants and bars, Hong Kong has many night clubs ...