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night. It is not a park but a mall. The elitist expats, the ones who have been here long enough to think everything is lame (hipsters), refuse to go there though and claim that only new people or lame people go there. Either way it was basically just another mall in a city of malls, so I am not sure of the appeal, maybe I am a hipster too. Inside the mall was the theater and once we got there we waited in line to be told the movie was sold out until ...
... br> On the way to the bus we visited the Tin HauTemple, which is famous in Hong Kong. The public square, Yung Shue Tau before it is surrounded by the popular Temple Street night market. We later found that there are over 100 temples dedicated to Tin Hau. Oh well.
Bus took us to the ferry terminal, ...
... point). So I was staying a couple of tram stops away from Central (I liked the Hong Kong trams) but ended up getting off at the wrong stop near the Western Market and had to seek refuge in a Starbucks where I could access WIFI for 20 minutes (why isn’t it unlimited like every other Starbucks around the world?!) and find a map. So basically my morning was spent getting lost and going around in circles, mostly coming out at different exits near the ...
... the bell hops brought out a plastic sleeve to put our umbrella into. They also have valet parking at the club. I had a long gentle stretch, warm up and roll at the club and jumped on various courts here and there to get a hit before my match. The guy who was on the court before me, Kenneth Chung, lives here in Hong Kong but used to live in Toronto. He returned to HK, his birthplace, in 1978 to run the family business. He is suing in the 65+ ...
... Tour Old and New’. Tuesday is a very busy day in Hong Kong like a Monday anywhere else apparently because Tuesday in Hong Kong is Monday in New York. This means there were plenty of people on the streets.
The first stop was the Man Mo temple. Built in 1847 (the 27thyear of Emperor Dowguang Qing Dynasty), this is the oldest place of worship in Hong Kong and is situated on Hollywood Road (oddly!). This is a Taoist temple. Man is the God of War and Mo the God ...