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Friday 26th December
After breakfast in the hotel we caught the MTR to Kowloon where we joined the Kowloon leg of the Big Bus Tour. It lasted around 1 hour and took in most of the sights. Next it was a walk along Avenue of the Stars before jumping on a Star Ferry back across the water to Hong Kong Island. As we had 48 hours to use the Big Bus tickets we thought it best we went straight on to the Stanley and Aberdeen leg of ...
... harbour are just breathtaking to see. Seven million people live here and the air pollution and smog is bad. 70 present of Hong Kong is still forest and mountains. After we finished enjoying the stunning views we took a tram down the mountain. The tram has been running for over 125 years. Once at the bottom of the tram we caught the metro to the harbour. There we had a quick lunch and then enjoyed a ferry ride on ...
... and shops selling tourist stuff. We had to go up floor after floor of escalators until we could get to the viewing platform - ridiculous!
The new viewing platform is much bigger than it used to be (our previous visit having been about 8 years earlier). There was a bit of a haze but in general we had a fabulous view - and much better visibility than we'd experienced anywhere in China! There was a free audio guide but we gave up using it after a few ...
... that from all the way over here for a U.S. product). Appreciate that strangers will tend to your every need even if they have no idea what kind of person you are--and will go out of their way to make sure you get that passport, with extra pages, within days of your departure to China (even if it was your fault to begin with that you started so late).
When it comes down to it, it's pretty amazing. We have this very intricate, complex system in the U.S. in which ...
... Barry went to Central, to chase up some Bourbon, from one of his favourite wine and liquor shops - but it was closed.
Around 3.30 we went to the lounge for some afternoon tea., which inevitably progressed to cocktails.
Dinner was to be at the French Window - a french restaurant in the IFC building, but with Libby feeling so lousy we cancelled and had snacks in the lounge instead.