Li Jing Gulf Hotel
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We were very impressed with the brave people who were walking up the hill's! Unfortunately we didn't have a clear view of the scenery, it was overcast, but could see enough.
At the top of the hill we walked towards the Tian Tan Buddha, the worlds tallest seated bronze Buddha statue, walked up an avenue through statues of the Chinese Zodiac signs, of course we got our pictures taken with our own zodiac signs!
We had to climb up quite some stairs to ...
... an Australian lady on the morning trip with me from my hotel who I got chatting to. She was also on the Temple Market tour along with another Australian lady who was also travelling along (Karen). I really enjoyed the market and having the company of Bronwyn and Karen. I was very tempted by the chopstick sets but I managed to resist. I just don't have enough room in my case! We had dinner at a seafood street restaurant which was really good. I had beef ...
... from the terminal to the Peak Tower, where we witnessed a breathtaking view of Hong Kong with Victoria Harbor. The only downside was that we had to wait an hour for the tram ride back down to the city. Once we got back, we went straight to Lan Kwai Fong where we sat in a lounge for a while and relaxed amid all the partygoers. After we had enough, we went back to the hotel, where I fell asleep watching the world cup match, but my cousins went to party some more.
So I've spent the last week fiercely procrastinating. Mainly because I didn't really know where to start. But today is the day and, thanks to Vanessa and Himanshu, I was actually ready. Vanessa came over last night and helped me finish off the packing, tidying and cleaning that I still had left to do. She also sorted out some travel insurance for me. Himanshu went and got me Philippine Peso and US Dollars and left me with his credit card to book somewhere to ...
... in the thousands of highrise surrounding it.. here there is a playground of course, lake for remote & sail boats.. a basketball area, exercise equipment for the elderly.. mahjong tables, fountains, community gardens and plenty of space to sit, relax and escape their confined high rises.. I'm sure at sunrise there would be the Tai Chi and other groups using it.. Many apartment folk even bring their caged birds down to the park.. The Chinese ...