Rambler Garden Hotel
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... t take us too far from the hotel. We were both exhausted from the very early start and so we set off in a rather chilled manner , knowing that we wouldn't stray far because we wanted to feel that air conditioning on our faces as soon as the clock strikes 2 pm! We wandered along the mostly narrow streets of Mong Kok, looking inside the many shops selling Chinese medicines, electrical goods and foods. Eventually we came to the Ladies Market. ...
... across the void between Hong Kong and Kowloon. Dinner at the hotel and a walk around the Tin Hau area (find an ATM) and it was back to sleep again.
Sunday I worked on some left over work from Shanghai then rewarded myself with dinner at a local cafe then a long walk through Victoria Gardens and an attempt find the waterfront. Now, I had been looking at the waterfront all day, so how hard could it be. Head north from the hotel and between there ...
... day became a muggy sweat-fest. The final item on the agenda for the day was our trip up Victoria's Peak. After travelling up the unbelievably steep hillside in a tram, we emerged at the top to great views over the city. With a couple of hours to kill until nightfall and the accompanying illuminated panorama, we settled down for a refreshing drink. Max and I came up with a number of business ideas, ranging from the seriously contemplative to ludicrously jocular. With all ...
... shrines and cobblestone pathways lining alleys. G-Dad and I then went up to see the 'Big Buddha'. It was ENORMOUS!!! A fog had just set over the hills, making fo a scenic photo. After a long, hot journey back to the hotel, we went downstairs for a Chinese lunch. We all shared dim sum. There were steamed spring rolls (my favorite), sweet buns filled with pork, steamed shrimp and steamed spinach and chicken! YUM! For dessert we shared custard ...
We took the bus 15 to Victoria Peak. The ride takes about 40 minutes but costs less than 10 Hong Kong dollars per person and is well worth it. When riding on the double decker bus, be sure to get on the top floor for maximum wow factor. You will zip past a lot of city sites before beginning the uphill journey on a windy road.