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... ve hardly eaten anything and are having a hard time spending the $200 US we got from an ATM. Can you tell we're not shoppers? That's the whole reason most people come here! We paid for the hotel with a credit card and have been hot and busy and have only eaten a couple times. We found a modern noodle shop and split a humongous soup with everything under the sun. Think stomach linings, liver, and god knows what else. It was awesome.
We grabbed an express bus to ...
Uncle said that we had to go earlier to beat the possible heat and crowds. We started at about 9:30am. The steps that were on this trail were stones that had been put there about 70 years ago for people to go up to their villages. There were a few parts that had some cement to hold up the rocks. This was put in place by the government. It was a super foggy day and very windy. My uncle said that the fog is actually pretty cool because it is ...
... kept bringing out dishes for our table to share and it was a guessing game as to what the dish actually was. After dinner we headed back to the ship. So after my first day in Hong Kong I would say that the city compares to Mumbai on a number of levels. It smells, there is rubbish everywhere and there are pockets of nice areas but they are few and far between. Also on this note they have the worst roads that I have been on it my time in Asia, they are ...
... down the mountain. We walked about
20 feet and ended up finding a taxi stand where the taxis all offered fair
prices. Luckily we did because it took about 15 minutes by cab to get down the
mountain. That would have been quite a long hike had we decided to walk all the
The next morning we started out the day with some morning
dim sum. I have to say, I’m not really a big fan of dim sum first thing in the
... Martin got a seat a few stops further along and eventually we got to sit together. Travelling by tram is really rather slow, and we were mesmerised by the rain, steamy windows and looking out of the window. Whether it was the rain, or maybe they are always like this, but lots of people, from businessmen in suits to schoolchildren were hopping on and off, some only going one stop. We continued on our merry way, taking in the sights and getting ever colder, ...