Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong
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... the smog was significant.
I made it to the Hong Kong Park, then the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens very quickly. The turtles were not interested in being there... It seems that January is too cold - even in a place were cold is mid-60s.
Then it was back to the train and airport to head off to Nepal..
... and Jacob, they told me to get what is known as an "Octopus" (Hong Kong's version of an Oyster) card. As there wasn't any extra cost, it was a good idea so we queued for about 15 minutes so that I could be issued with my new card. Here I noticed the first big change compared to mainland China. It was a proper British styled queue. No pushing from behind, no people walking up and down seeing how long it will take or where they can push in front of you (I should point ...
... It was pretty much a set menu with only the main entre with a choice, Barbara and I both enjoyed the “Seafood Plate” Although sodas and water were included with the meal, I opted for a 22oz Pilsner San Miguel beer in a Bubba Gump Glass(and you keep the glass) , (I paid through he nose for my choice; $17 US) Although I enjoyed the beer, which came with a free glass I priced a similar volume of Guinness in ...
... bikes in one piece, after negotiating the Yangshou traffic.
After breakfast Patrick & I climbed a hill in Yangshou, which had a pavilion on top of it, as well as part way up. We had a good view over the town from up there. Later in the morning we went on a bus to Silver Cave, which we walked around on our own, as we couldn’t understand any of the commentaries in Mandarin anyway. The cave had concrete walkways & stairs & had been changed a ...
... br> We walked down the road, looking for a place for dinner, and looking for the place where Nate had seen something remarkable on the way here. We were looking for something with a head, 4 feet and wings... on a stick. We passed a shop with duck tongue and duck liver (you can buy this in bulk, it turns out), animal tendon in "take to school" size, dried fish stomach by the kilo, but no skewered flying squirrel or ...