Nan Rong Hotel
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... a more secluded part of the city. We also found a curry house that sold huge bottles of beer for about £2. The food was okay. It very much seemed like a hipster sort of place, a place for locals not visitors. But discovering places off the beaten track is what travelling is all about! So, we enjoyed it.
We headed back over to Kowloon, and as it was our last night, we decided to book ourselves in an extremely expensive, yet charming ...
... lining the route already. We found a decent spot and waited it out for the floats. All of the different cultural associations in Hong Kong walked the route twice first before the first float even left the gate. It was so much fun standing and watching with locals. Before the first float even reached us, I of course had to pee, but lucky for us we got to watch the rest of the parade from inside iSquare keeping warm.
We made our way back to the hostel and just ...
... 8217;s Park, still in the rain & then went to the museum, which was quite good & was free. It had very comprehensive displays of things like ancient Chinese bronze, ancient Chinese sculpture, Chinese painting, Chinese calligraphy, ancient Chinese ceramics, ancient Chinese jade, Ming & Qing dynasty furniture & Chinese & Silk Road currencies. That evening my Chinese tour leader, Michelle & I met our new travelling companion, Patrick, as there ...
We set the alarm today after yesterday. Our aim was to visit Lantau Island. We had decided to use the metro and as we woke up to rain we felt this was a good idea. The journey meant a change of lines but it all passed off uneventfully. The metro trains are clearly signed and in each carriage there are signs showing where you are, what the next stop is and if that is an interchange what stations the interchange visits. All this for 8 HK ...
... buildings survived, In the forest of ultra modern skyline now. There was a push to build taller and taller skyscrapers, Shanghai has 8 of the top 100 tallest buildings in the world. Until 1988 the tallest building in Shanghai was built in the 1930's. Consumerism is more important here than culture. Shanghai is the busiest port in the world for Cargo. It was opened for outside trade 1842 after the Treaty of Nanking and by 1853 was the busiest port in China. Soon there ...