Ramada Hotel Kowloon
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... wan le!" (It’s too late!). Having made our train by the skin of our teeth most of the journey back to Ningbo was spent giggling over the stress of the day and planning what to eat when we got back to campus – in all the rush we definitely hadn’t had a chance to pick up any snacks for the train and were all very hungry. In the end we met Eric and Thomas at Yummy before even going back to our building, and by the time we did go back all we wanted to do was go to ...
... lane and walked through Harbour City it was once a mall full of fishing tackles, Chinese food stalls and market stalls but again we were dissapointed the Harbour City was now all shiny and new full of wall to wall white shiny tiles and big end designer children's clothes stores. It was eye opening to see what some parents who have money dress their kids. We ended up back at the Harbour near ...
We then hurried across streets and through subways to Peking One and went to dinner at a restaurant called Aqua on the 29th floor.
This was lovely. Fantastic view. Lovely food and great service. I would definitely recommend it if you are spending some time in Hong Kong. The evening was just a bit marred by a 30min wait for a taxi to get back.
However a great day overall despite the rain. Hoping for better weather tomorrow to give the wallets a ...
... wasted and decided not to come because they slept in. First stop was a Chinese temple. People were praying and offering gifts of food and incense. Food ranged from a modest apple to a whole pig! Beautiful temple though, everything u would expect from Chinese architecture. We then moved on to the jade markets. This was a weird experience with loads of Chinese people saying their jade was the best and offering the best price. I bought two ...
... HSBC main building here. It probably doesn't look much to others but going back to the days when I studied Architecture it was one of my favourite buildings in the early nineties, designed by a well known British Architect named Norman Foster. It was pretty cool to see it.
From there we took a quick wander down by the water looking out to Kowloon then headed off in search of what is supposed to be the worlds longest escalator. It kind of is but isnt as ...