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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 ...
... cafés of Paris. Did some more walking and visited the promenade park, which has views of Hong Kong. Went to a 'new' shopping complex, which had a sandy beach (man made of course)! That evening we went to a hot pot place for dinner. I was told the place was a little special but it's hot pot, I mean how special can it get. Anyway so when we got there we had to wait but this was no ordinary waiting, we got a table, nuts was brought to us, we were offered drinks and they even ...
... reason, I was minding my own business walking along a street when a lady grabbed me and said "si ere" and I ended up sitting on a reclining chair on the pavement with a heat pad behind my back, neck and leg, containing rotating vibrating metal balls the size of golf balls! It was really painful but she was smiling and saying "gu eh? Gu fo pain". Bloomin right, it really hurt but I didn't want to upset her so I smiled between gritted teeth. I had drawn ...
... a bit like a back street of central London, Chinatown/Soho, it's pretty hectic. The hotel itself is pleasant and my original 'mountain view' room was on the 20th floor looking out at what looked like something out of bay route, so I upgraded to a nicer harbor view room (the president suite was already booked out).
I ventured out this afternoon and took a ride on the well know ricity Star Ferry across to the other side of the harbour. The ferry costs 2 HKD which is ...
... She was in Hong Kong for the day, so we grabbed a bite to eat with her and her two roommates. We went to this Mexican restaurant in SOHO, which end actually pretty good considering we're no where near Mexico. SOHO was a great area and was lined with restaurants and pubs on a hillside. The longest escalator in the world is there, which we went up. The place was very lively with people eating and having some drinks! Since we missed the light show ...
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