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... on the train and headed to the tram's nearest train station, Central and walked the 15 minutes to the ticket office. The area on the walk looked very familiar as we had walked it on our first half day in Hong Kong. In large skyscraper cities like this it just shows that you can be so close to an amazing attraction and just miss it, by one wrong turn or the attraction of some flashing lights from the road opposite.
The queue for the ticket office wrapped right around the building and ...
... there would still exist the same issues, I congratulate you on your optimism (see: naivete) that race doesn't play into politics.
Now let's go to China, and magnify these feelings. Again, 92% of the population is the same race: Han Chinese. This time, however, we're no longer in Democratic territory in which people can express themselves with ease and make their own decisions as easily. We're in a land where people are educated to respect and hold above ...
The day starts starts with a bang, literally. When she gets up Kathleen bumps her head painfully on a protruding glass partition in the room. If it comes up in a colourful bruise no doubt she will tell people it was me.
The Lanson Place does not have a restaurant so breakfast is a small buffet served in the lounge. Like the rest of the hotel it has a lovely calm, homely atmosphere. Time to check out to go to board the Queen Mary 2. But first of course we say a ...
... monastery with a good one hundred people lighting incense sticks of varying sizes before making a wish, I felt the need to wish so bought my incense stick and let's see if it comes true. On the walk back to the cable car I grabbed a couple of small trinkets for memory and made my way onwards. My next destination was to be Mong Kok on the mainland, time to see if my underground skills were really that good! I am pleased to say they were, so after a couple of changes and forty ...
... in a bag ready to take home. There must have been at least 50 odd shops like this along with a fish market around the corner where you could go in and pick whichever live fish you wanted and they would kill it and prepare it ready for you to take home and cook.
The street parallel was a market so i wandered through the market but it was just selling all the usual tat which i had no interest in, from here i had a 1.5 mile walk back to the hostel.
Once back ...