Hotel Madera Hong Kong
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The night we arrived: we stayed in Kowloon! There were pictures in this article which have not downloaded here, but gives you a sense of what we experienced!
A freak storm provides a possible preview of Hong Kong’s extreme weather future
A rare hailstorm hurled golf ball-sized balls of ice at Hong Kong last night, punching …
... we had walked to the tram station there was already a massive queue. We joined the hour long queue, I was glad I'd purchased an umbrella shortly before because the mid day sun was strong. Lots of people in HK walk around with umbrellas when its not raining just to keep the sun off so I decided to join them. We got onto the tram and starting going up, it was incredibly steep (45° angle) and made me feel a little uneasy. Once at the top we had a wander ...
... Tea at the Peninsula Hotel in Kowloon. After many photo opps, we decided to eat lunch at a Japanese restaurant up at the Peak "shopping centre". Much pricier than last night for our captive hungry crowd. Back down to sea level, we caught the Metro back to Happy Valley and thankfully entered our world of air conditioning. I am currently planted in the living room in my pyjamas, allowing my sweat-dampened clothes to dry out, icing my knee, ...
... my thoughts turn to food. We were so taken with the vegetarian not restaurant from yesterday we decided to be good to ourselves and go again. This time it was the best spring rolls with an amazing dipping sauce, pork and basil fried rice with vegetables and seafood soup with lotus buds, if you look at the picture you can decide for yourself if we liked it :0) Now it is back to the hotel to share our day with you all and drink that champagne, so goodnight guys ...
... Plaza building to meet a friend who works for the Hong Kong division of The Wall Street Journal. Walking on the pedestrian walkway (they are everywhere in HK, necessary to cross the big streets/thoroughfares that cut through the city), it started ...