Ramada Hotel Kowloon
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... was the final word that named the district!) We walked in the sweltering 75% humidity to our actual hotel and checked in. The walk however, had been fascinating: Mong Kok is thronged with people and traffic ; it's the most congested square mile in the world and was cramped with people and buildings in every direction. Discovering that we'd be unable to check in early, we left our bags with the concierge in order to go out and explore. ...
... of gibbon species. A plodding tortoise and the Red Crowned Crane locust feeding time were additional highlights. From one green space to anther, we proceeded to HK Park. The term park describes something very different from back in the UK; open fields of grass are not something to be found. Instead a viewpoint, plant conservatory, artificial lake, clock tower and SARS memorial all took my interest. Despite threatening to rain at several intervals, the wet weather held off ...
... through the wrong one and had to pay for new cards, 20 Hong Kong dollars a piece (That's cheaper than a taxi). We then rode the MRT (train) to Ngong Ping. We took the sky tram, or cable car to the top of a mountain to see the 'Big Buddha'. On the cable car, Grammy offered to take a man's picture, but he only spoke Mandarin. Once near the 'Big Buddha', we got off the sky tram and toured the small fishing village. It was very anciently based ...
Arrived in Hong Kong, Sue not feeling well & weather is about 18 c Got to The Hotel Indigo in Wan Chai at around 7.30 pm got spruced and went out, git the tram down to Central and the Star ferry over to Kowloon, had a stroll around and went to PJ Murphys for Guinness & Dinner then a taxi back to the ...
... there and quickly asked if we would like to take advantage of an upgrade he had offer. Normally we would say no but it was for their best room at the hotel, before we could answer he had dropped the price down three times and he also threw in a bottle of wine! For £20 extra we were now in their executive suite with a view overlooking the harbour. The room was huge and just what we needed after such a stressful day.
We made the most of our room and loved the fact that we ...