Jisheng Hotel (Shenzhen Longhua)
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... at that time would be less crowded. I could not have been more wrong, it seems that HK operates at full throttle all the time. We took the train to Central where there is a series of escalators that go up the hill for about a kilometre. They go down the hill between 6am and9 am, when people are travelling to work, but go uphill the rest of the day. We hopped off part way up and walked to Man ...
... We found ourselves a seat overlooking the skyscrapers of Hong Kong island and got out our maps to see where to head to next. We spent some time just watching all the boats on the bay and the large hawks that seemed to be circling schools of fish in the water.
As we were next to the Avenue Of The Stars we decided to give it a quick look. This is Hong Kong's version of the Chinese Theatre's walk of fame in Los Angeles, with movie star names and hand prints in the pavement. It was ...
I spent my last few days in Hong Kong. A shopping and skyscraper Mecca. I have never seen so many high end stores in one city. HK also has the most skyscrapers of any other city in the world. It's a bit overwhelming. I decide the best way to see this city is a hop on hop off your. There are 3 routes and I cover then all as well as the night tour of Kowloon. I also decided to go for afternoon tea at the Peninsula Hotel. I had previously gone for tea at The Grand Hyatt ...
... offer. We went back to the hotel and packed up our things for the trip back to Seoul the next morning.
Saturday morning we got up and headed straight for the station. We were just on time for the train. Once we arrived back in Seoul we got on the next metro and headed as close as possible to the temple. The closest station was still an hours walk away... here we go. The first half of the walk is on the side of a busy road and ...
From a disorderly pretty dirty country to a modern well organised bilingual city. It truly felt like chalk and cheese when we arrived to Hong Kong airport. But we had a very nice morning in Kunming, a city I truly like and would consider living in. We got up early and walked to the Loft where we were promised a Swedish cafe and gallery. We did find this place but unfortunately it didn't open until ten which was way too late for us. At least we have seen ...