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Our trip got off to a pretty slow start. The check in line was long, and we went through lots of 'random' searches and tests as we passed through customs. Just in the nick of time, we made it to the plane and we were off! 9 hours later we arrived in the tropical humid heat of Hong Kong and a very excited Meredith was waiting in the arrival hall. After a frantic rush to the airport express train, we went for a refreshing drink on the harbour to get settle in at a bar called ...
... SharynBleakley). And after talking with fellow travellers....the small room is the norm in Hong Kong....unless you want to treble the price. The subway holds the "other" 90% of the Hong Kong population. You could actually shop and eat underground in air conditioned comfort. The subway streets zigzag their way from one above ground landmark to the next. The walkways are so wide you can move in most locations without being cheek to jowl. Escalators move you ...
... used to do when they were students. I can totally relate, we are no longer young and hip anymore. A lot of people think of China as a bit of a backwater place and a large part of China is, but Shenzhen is a modern well laid out metropolis that would rival many cities in the developed world. There were huge sky scrapers, massive shopping malls, and even a cosmetic surgery hospital! In terms of facilities, it definitely was comparable to Hong Kong. There was also, surprisingly, lots ...
... transfer lines. After that it was a quick walk over to the Ngong Ping 360 aerial tramway. This would be our main event of the day.
We headed back to the hotel, packed up, checked out and stored our luggage with the concierge. We then headed over to the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, which would take us on a 3.5 mile, 25 minute journey up into the hilly, wooded beauty of Lantau Island. We decided to spend a bit more and ride in one of the ...
... are super tranquil. We'd been meaning to go for a while, especially as the shopping centre next door has a great dim sum stall in its food court, and the Nunnery did not disappoint. The wooden temple halls held some beautiful bodhisattvas, with accompanying information in English. The smell of incense and a tape of chanting pervaded the air and it was strange to think that this calmness was ...