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... I finally got a coffee press. The others bought other things that they needed or had caught their fancy and I left thinking it was a great store that seemed like a Chinese version of a Whole Foods, you know except with live seafood. We were wandering trying to find the way to Book City when I found gelato and had to buy some. It was at this time that one of our party had to get back for a meet up with a couple people that were heading to get their nails done. The slightly smaller ...
Day two and HK continued to amaze... The cable car was closed so we took the bus up an ever more windy and scary road to The Peak, the famous vantage point for spectacular views. Awe inspiring vistas of Hong Kong and a stunning four floored shopping mall atop of it all - commerce is king here, not one opportunity is missed. A tram returned us closer to sea level and we ...
... had!! After walking around for about an hour, we finally found the main drinking strip. We passed a few naughty looking clubs and found a good old 'English' pub which had a live singer with a guitar who literally played song after song with no break. Paul had a Stella, I had vodka and lemonade and we both had a shot. The pub was fairly busy, full of lone men and women that were quite obviously there to pull the men in. When the singer stopped for air, I requested ...
... to go through immigration on the Chinese side. From there (Shezshen) we caught a bullet train to Ghangzhou that went about 155 km/hour. Then after pushing and shoving with the thousands of other passengers we exited the arrivals terminal and walked next door to the long distance waiting departure lounge. We finally got to board our overnight train for a 13 hour ride to our destination. We had hard sleeper cars which are actually quite comfortable, with 6 berths in one ...
... city’s skyline
In addition to hail and “black storm” warnings (which mean that rain is expected to fall at a rate of over 70 millimeters an hour), the city’s weather observatory also warned of landslides.
In nearby Shenzhen on Mainland China, flights were grounded and parts of the airport flooded with water.
Was this a freak event, or a precursor of extreme weather to come in Hong Kong as the oceans ...