Metro Grand Hotel
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... hop off we had cooled down and dried out a bit. We visited Hong Kong Park (tropical gardens and aviary) and the Tea Museum, where we saw a lovely collection of Chinese teapots, before taking the funicular (another bonus of the Ho Ho) up to The Peak to view the skyscraper city from above. This afternoon we spent a bit of time exploring a shopping centre and finally wended our way back to our hotel to rest our weary ...
... disembarking on the other side we decided to look for the old tram which ran from one side of the island to the other. This was easier said than done. In order to avoid crossing the various busy roads, we walked along covered aerial walkways which linked one large shopping mall with another and various businesses and we really were not sure whether we were going in the right direction or not. Eventually, having walked past many famous brand shops we spotted a tram on the ...
... one would think. Conclusion 2: DIY is 100%25 overrated. Never again. Ever! Conclusion 3: Next time, pay the $5000 but not to Alan – just fly Mum and/or Kingster over to HK and get them to do it. I had some curtains made which would have saved me a lot more money had I not taken down half the measurements in centimetres and the other half in inches…?! Not my best. So at this stage I only have a bed (the ZAR doesn’t stretch hellova far over here) ...
... level and the police had made
streets one way, making the traffic of people move slowly through a
halloween street party! It was really fascinating plodding along,
with not many people actually dressed up, and those who were having
their photo taken by loads of random people! There was also only one
main area with bars and music so, unless we missed something, we're
not quite sure how much of a 'party' it could be. A weird but fun
night to end ...
... to see four shirtless men standing outside the entrance, not because of there toned chests, but for equality of the sexes! We decided our final meal should be something not noodle, rice or dumpling based. We figured we would probably be having plenty of these in the coming weeks, so should give in to what we fancied that night. This happened to be pizza and sangria! The Italian meal was not cheap, but it was a nice end to our Hong Kong adventure. My overall impression of Hong ...