Jingyuan Hotel (Beihuan Avenue)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... my new phone! After the Ladies Market we walked through Jade street, where you can only find shops selling Jade. Jade is quite important in Chinese tradition, as many people believe it can protect us from evil. Our final stop in Yau Ma Tei was another temple: Tim Hau Temple. This one was built for the God of the Sea, during the time that the shore was actually located next to it (a lot of Hong Kong is built on reclaimed land).
We were getting hungry and so it was time to find ...
... started at Jordan MTR and we took the Tseun Wan Line to Lai King and then transferred to the Tung Chung line. About 30 minutes later we arrived Tung Chung and made our way to the Ngong Ping Cable Car. A massive queue awaited us - who would have thought this would be such a popuar tourist attraction mid-week but it is. Luckily our three-quarters of an hour wait in line to get onto the cable car was in the shade otherwise we ...
... was the fact that our tour would soon be coming to an end - although I was sad that my mum would be leaving me soon, and although the rest of our tour group were generally a good bunch of fairly pleasant people, after 3 weeks of hanging out with the same group of strangers every day I was fairly ready to see the back of most of them. (And I think some other people on the tour would probably have stronger feelings of happiness at the prospect ...
... a lack of sleep.
The seats are arranged in blocks of six and four with an aisle between. The six is formed of three seats opposite another three with a small table between. There is a similar set-up for the four. Christian, our Norwegian friend who we've been travelling with us also bought a seat and we had two seats as part of block of six and one in the block of four opposite. Christian was lucky enough to have a window seat ...
... cut-off for the holders of black-listed credit cards irrespective. I had been seated towards the front of cattle class and clearly the business- and first-class passengers had irritated the crew even more than us cattle, so we were let off first, hurrah! Zipped through the endless miles of corridors and came up against Passport Control which seemed to be an absolute zoo of thousands of people approximately corralled into one of those zig-zag queues by ...