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... from Victoria Peak.
Looking down at the city from this famous vantage point, you'll see one of the finest harbours on Earth and a skyline so improbable, audacious and lofty that Manhattan's looks provincial by comparison.
Beyond the mountains to the north of the city, the rest of China simmers and strains.
Everything you've heard about Hong Kong's restlessness and energy is dramatically reaffirmed by the view from the ...
... the shops on the way down, but after the peak we were all shopped out and we had massively underestimated the real trek the walk to the mid-levels from the peak would be. Having recently visited Singapore, a reasonably small city, where the majority of attractions in the city centre are within walking distance from each other, we made the incorrect assumption that Hong Kong would be the same. Luckily we had a return tram ticket so jumped on a slightly emptier tram than on the way up ...
... had some kitchen space, one communal bathroom and 2 en-suites. Like some of our other accommodation on the trip, the entire bathroom was the size of a single toilet cubicle but it’s really spacious for HK. And very homely, which was a great change from the endless guesthouses we have been staying at. They also warned us about the area. From the outside, they made it sound like a dodgy neighbourhood, but having rented in council flats in London before, we ...
... Narrow streets were filled with the rich smell of fresh egg custard tarts which had buttery pastry and creamy filling. The facade of St. John's church was beautiful, a big shame that the rest of the church has been destroyed by fire. As well as its Portuguese roots, Macau is famous for its casinos, they are absolutely huge and grand and it was fascinating just to walk around.
Isobel (my sister in law's sister) lives in Hong Kong and ...
... to get lunch at a little cafe down the road and we stroll around a few shops stopping at the bakery we saw on Saturday to buy some donut sticks. Dinner is at a Malaysian Chinese restaurant, a bargain back street eatery where we are the only tourists but it is busy with Chinese which is always a good sign and the food is good.
We prepare for our marathon train journey to Guilin, weather reports suggest its safe to ...