Ramada Hotel Kowloon
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... We crossed the border into Hong Kong, which thankfully didn’t take as long as it can sometimes take. We caught the subway into Kowloon where we checked into our hotel. It was raining heavily as we arrived at our hotel, but it cleared up later. We had our evening meal at a local café & then walked around town for a while. We went within 2-300 metres of a protest they are having in Hong Kong at the moment, in a street which was closed to traffic & ...
Although the temperature certainly still feels like the middle of summer, Hong Kong (and several other Asian countries) celebrated the Mid-autumn festival last week Monday (8 September). It is officially a harvest festival, although none of the locals could tell me this (I found out through Wikipedia...). They can however tell you stories about having a romantic night with your loved one watching the full moon.
Another one told me a story about a girl who wanted to ...
... our luggage multiple times and dealing with the train operations that never have any English speaking people would be better. We ended up with Mario Andretti at the wheel. It is supposed to take over three hours to get from Guangzhou to Hong Kong. This guy made it in less than 2 1/2 hours with stops. I was in the front seat (left side - darn British driving rules!) watching the speedometer go over 150 km per hour (90 mph). He was weaving ...
... at the local food stall and made the most of it. Then our man showed up and off we went. An hour later we got off and went to check in. We then realised our man had dropped us off at the wrong Airport. There's now 2 airports in Bangkok and he'd taken us to the new one, we needed to be at the old one...and as usual we were running out of time. We had told our man which airport to go to so who knows what happened. ...
What an amazing day! Got up quite early to get going but when we went to look for somewhere to have breakfast we found that most stores do not open until 10 am. So found a supermarket that sells fruit, pastries and yoghurt etc. and bought stuff from here and took it with us. We caught the MTR trains to Lantau Island and disembarked then walked to the cable car to take us to the Big Buddha at Nong Ping. The ride was interesting. We had some other ...