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... two people from different cultures collide, we learn from each other to make our own cultures better. If we fail to learn and look down on the other, we fail to advance our knowledge and get stuck in a rut and society becomes stagnant. It is for this reason that UKIP must be stopped but if I start talking about British Politics, then this blog will become one major rant so back we go to my adventures.
As Christmas is approaching rapidly, I decided to ...
... walked the streets. Came across the old Police Centre from 1881 in a lovely old building of three levels that has been renovated and turned into another high end shopping centre. It was calm compared to the other centres with a nice open courtyard in the front with fountain. From here we were constantly accosted as we walked along by men wanting to sell us copy watches, tailoring, handbags and who knows what else as it was rather difficult to understand what they were ...
... taken the MTR the previous day so this time he led the way. This has been a weekend of queues - more long queues to get the tickets from a machine...the first machine went 'out of service' just as we got to the head of the queue, and we didn't read the sign on the second machine that said 'Notes only' so had to get some change and line up again. My first MTR trip...no different from the MRT back home. It was a short walk from Tsim Sha Tsui MTR to the Star Ferry ...
... the ferry over. The views are beautiful, the pace is slow and relaxed, and in just over an hour we are back on Lantau Island. In case you can't remember Lantau is the home of the amazing cable car ride to the worlds largest bronze outside seated Buddha. It has to have the full title as there are larger Buddhas, but not bronze, and seated and outside.
We land at silver mine port and the small village of Mui Wo. So before we hop on the No 1 bus we decide to have a little ...
... we loved Hong Kong. The city is easy to negotiate on efficient public transport, it is relatively clean and livable. The locals are very friendly with enough English spoken to get by in most situations. We would definitely return to complete the things we missed, but next time would stay for 7-10 days and stay somewhere between Wan Chai and Central district.