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... commercial building on the planet. The Sky 100 tower presents a panoramic view of Hong Kong from the heart of Victoria Harbour. From the 100th floor you have a 360 degree view from the city's tallest building. The public are only allowed to the 100th floor which is 393m above sea level. The total height of the tower is 490 metres. We had lunch there - the highest meal we have ever had.
An hour or so later we took a harbour cruise ...
... We then hopped on the tram which took us on a different route, around the famous happy valley racecourse then slowly through causeway bay and eventually back to sheung wan and our hotel. An hours or so rest and we thought we might try catch the Peak tram to see the dusk and night time lights. Alighting from the team at the bank of China building it bagan to rain, and after traversing the street to get to the team depot, we were greeted with a line ...
... We had great conversations about many things and I think that she had a good interest (she asked me to email her regarding potential property investment in Tasmania). Elise had written a book about vehicles in Hong Kong for the children. She was very passionate about providing as much alternative stimulus for the children and mostly aimed towards those that are more needy. I also met Tracy Colgan - the Chair of the Beijing chapter of Austcham - "we are ...
... point my legs were sore and I was very tired. But no time to rest, I decided to go back to Kowloon, where I would watch the light show, and check out the famous Temple Night Market. The Temple Market was a buzz, people coming and going in all different directions. If you have ever been to an Asian style market this one was pretty much the same, they had jade -both fake and real, knock off bags, electronics, Asian trinkets, art, clothing, scarfs, wallets, jewelry, and food ...
... which Claire said you don't always see so they were lucky to spot them. Tai O was fascinating as it showed a different side, but as always the best part is catching up over a drink. We headed off to the Bug Buddha and climbed 200 steps to the top after a well earned ice cream we took the cable car back down the mountain and went to Kowloon for Dim Sum. Of course no trip is complete without hitting the markets which Nathan & Simon totally loved especially when ...