The Pavilion Hotel
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... nice - but nothing compared to the other views you can find around Hong Kong! There's also a Pagoda, that's famously printed on some of HSBC's $100 bank notes. Every bank prints it own note here, so they all look different. When I first noticed this, I thought that someone had given me a fake bill. My friend then told me each bank has its own design.. Anyways,t he Pagoda is nice but not very spectacular either. So, soon enough we were on our way back down ...
... very humid in Hong Kong - much worse than everywhere we'd been in Europe - yuk! After a rest, we walked down to the waterfront. We had to use the subways to cross under the busy road! We couldn't believe how clean the subways were! We walked along the "Avenue of Stars", which was Hong Kong's idea of Hollywood Avenue of Fame. We only recognised 2 of the names - Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. There was a statue of Bruce Lee which had heaps people trying to take photo's of it. While we were ...
... scrolls – and actually reasonably priced given the quality of the final product! We wander the town a little and grab some lunch before deciding to head back. It’s been nice to head down south and see the other side of Hong Kong, but we won’t be back down here anytime soon! We get back and decide to head out to the Mongkok computer centre – Linda’s leaving present from work was cash to buy a replacement tablet computer but we ...
... Sushi / Sashimi restaurant.
Being Sunday we were able to reserve a table at the counter.
Returning at 1.00 pm we had an enjoyable meal of shashimi, miso soup and tea.
A brief walk around Pacific Place then it was back to the Conrad to pack.
Packing complete we spent the rest of the afternoon in the lounge having afternoon tea and chatting with the staff.
... that we had our only blue day on the Great Wall. On our return to Kowloon we grabbed some fast food. Fast food, chinese style is way more delicious than western fast food. This evening we had drinks on the pool deck with the group and then went back to the harbor to stroll along the "Stars Walk". Couldn't recognise any of the stars names, they were all chinese to me. We then stayed and watch the light show on the harbor. It was impressive! Hong Kong is more westernised than ...