Ramada Hotel Kowloon
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... on the other side of Hong Kong. We went to Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Gardens later afternoon. They where just what you would expect from Hong Kong, ponds, lily pads, waterfalls, flowers and wooden curly buildings lol So beautiful and we just dandered around looking at everything and taking it all in. We where beat then with being on the go all day so went back to chill and cool down in the room and Ciaran decided we needed to see what the bars were ...
... hill which we heard was a hill to climb for a great view, well the view was incredible but the 800 steps upwards to get there, bloody hell! So worth it but everyone struggled to get to the top without a sopping wet t-shirt! Next was the farmer house lunch which I think was probably the best meal we had in China, as it actually included loads of vegetables and every dish was nice and the rice actually came with the food which seems to be something they don't do here. I mean how can ...
... in modern Hong Kong. Waters were pretty murky and the "dolphins sightseeing" highlighted on the brochure was non-existent, but it was still a pretty enjoyable cruise- the boat operator cranked the speed up to a high, which made the cruise an exciting twirl around the waters. Though seafood was mentioned to be a draw here, restaurants were few and the villagers there mostly sell fish paste and other dried seafood.
The New Lantau ...
... loads of sculpted gardens etc that look amazing, if we only we had a few extra hours to cruise about Many places do boygas. Unfortunately the New York deli and Bill Bentleys pub are not two of them. I could get one in asian corner, miracles (thai), mango tree (thai), or a chinese place. We **** it off and go for a burgerking. It's our first and as it's only 3 meals from being back in blighty, I would imagine our last. Then into asian corner for a pint and a ...
... now has great photos added in, and i personally think it really adds an extra element to them.
After that, i proceeded to study for my science test for a bit, once again learning about the exciting nature of the pros and cons of high voltage vs high current. Great, right? Not really. Oh well, it wasn't that bad in the end. Finally, after the study, Jenny kindly showed me around 400 digitally scanned photos that date to my dad's great grandmother! They were ...