Rambler Oasis Hotel
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This morning Joannes decides she's not too happy with the Hotel Chef as he is always grumpy with a bad attitude. We missed Tai Chi, as due to the rain, he performed in the garage of which we were unaware.
Our next visit is to Victoria Peak by tram. Fortunately we arrived at a time when the queues were not at their normal peak as the wait time is normally around an hour. We think the queue was shorter due to the rain. Taking in the hills and many of ...
... in the vlage of Nong Ping. Mostly a tourist set up, it also has a large bhuddist monastery and a 30 metre high bronze statue of the bhudda. The largest of its it's type in the world. We took the pilgrimage of268 steep steps up the hill to visit the statue, well worth it we all thought. After trudging down again, we had the traditional subway for lunch before boarding the number 21 bus for a 20 ...
... my humble shipping way.
After the lunch we all disappeared our separate ways (most of the delegation had flown in that morning). The Minister and a few others were attending education promotions. I snuck in a few hours of exploring out at the ladies market. Such a caldron of humanity - the streets are full of people shoulder to shoulder. The smell, the noise, the over shadow of the apartment towers, the rubbish all mix together in one giant attack of ...
... that is if I can control my self and not use them my self! After I had had enough of the market, it was getting late and I was now past the point of being tired, and even more sore from so much walking so I headed for my hostel. Along the way I seen The Body Shop, of course one more stop would not hurt. In China, especially ZZ, it is hard to find face wash and moisturizer that is NOT whitening. So, finding a reputable store, with recognizable products is actually a treat. ...
The final day of our great adventure arrived and thankfully the sun was shining.
After some preliminary packing we headed of on the train to Hong Kong Island. We got off at Quarry Bay and caught one of the famous Hong Kong trams. These are the original trams and their main claim to fame is that they are double deckers. It was a new experience riding so high on a tram, but it gave a great view of the city as we passed through. We did however ...