Oi Suen Guesthouse
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... us back to Kowloon. Always remember to make sure the meter is running, any tolls you pay for also. We had 2 taxis and the other taxi got hit with $400HKD- same trip same day.
Sunburnt and tired we headed out for another banquet dinner. Amazing food and amazing views if the laser show on the Harbour.
Back for a few drinks in the hotel and crashing out for an early ...
... some incredible views! Since the line up going back down the tram was so long we decided to just hang around until evening to catch the night time view. I think it was worth the wait. We went back to some of the areas that looped around the peak to take night shots of the city.
There were quite a few runners in the area that looked like they lived in the area. The peak has some nice condominium complexes and a fancy ...
Had breakfast at the hotels Western restaurant. Food available included; bacon and eggs, sausages, fruit salad and various cereals. Didn't bother taking the shuttle bus today so we walked 50 minutes in 32 degree heat down to Tsim Sha Tsui seafront walkway. Walked along the 'Avenue of Stars' where we had great views of the mainland. Saw the statue ...
... song, The House of the Rising Sun sung most beautifully in Chinese of course. Where else could this happen? We are standing in the middle of the road under the neon glare of a million brightly coloured lights in a state of wonder. We also saw grannies in masks dancing to heavy techno dance music, mime artists karaoke singers, hawkers and the interested like us. To say the experience felt other worldly is probably a bit of an understatement, and this is when we were ...
... fare from the airport to hotel should have been HK156. So we get HK1,000 at the ATM, buy a sim card at 101010 and find a cab. Not a problem. Cab driver insists he packs all our luggage into the boot, even though it won't fit. Holds the boot lid down with an Occy Strap and off we go hoping our luggage stays dry and in the boot. Flag fall HK20 is correct but then HK30 gets added to extras? Then Kaz reads the T&C's on the door. HK5 ...