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Second to last stop. Decided to bring along cousin Chicken Joy (or Ji Rou Joy here in Hong Kong). First order of business..dim sum. Found out not to many places roll them out in carts anymore. Guess it makes for better food since it's prepared upon order. Cousin had a hard time keeping up with me and found out he's afraid of heights, so the ride up …
Woke at 3am so am killing time b4 heading out to airport to catch flight to Beijing. Spent 14 hours yesterday walking around HK Island and Tsim Sha Tsui ....my feet are killing me! I think I did all the tourist things: Fish/meat/flower/goldfish markets, men with song birds in cages (strange), star ferry, Cable car,shopping 4 memory card for new …
... dismal than yesterday. Here we also get a note from the Assistant Manager saying we have also been supplied with complimentary soft drinks, cookies, chocolate and beer and a half bottle of red wine. Ok it is not a magnum of champagne but we didn't even need to bugger up the electrics to get it. It may be red but Kathleen lowers her standards yet again and helps me drink it later on.
Shortly after we arrive the phone in the room goes. As always when not expecting a ...
... br> colorful manifestations of the Buddhist religion.
From the monastery our next
destination was Tai O fishing village. Stepping into the village,
was a step back in time. Most of the houses are on stilts and are
still visible, alongside the narrow old steel bridge with it's
timeless traditions. I wondered if this was similar to what my
grandmother had experienced.
On this trip, I found Hong
... watching the world go by. This morning, after a breakfast buffet the like of which we have never seen, we took the Star Ferry to HK Island which makes Manhattan seem low rise! Wall to wall concrete and glass, with just the odd touch of green. A miracle of engineering without a doubt, but somehow strangely sterile. Every available area was full of groups of young Filipino maids on their day off, picnicking, gossiping, having a pedicure, doing one another's hair ...