Rambler Oasis Hotel
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... Nothing, as it turned out. A metro back it it was onto my last day in HK.
Tuesday morning I used the last 1/2 day of the bus ticket to see more of the island and then decided the pool and spa on the 32nd floor was the place to read for the rest of the day. For Christmas I gave myself the complete works of Sherlock Holmes and was only 1/3 of the way through after my week in Fiji. Here was a chance to make a further dint in a rather large ...
... br> Once we were done here, we headed to the temple where my Grandpa's ashes lie. This is always an emotional thing for me as my Grandpa meant the world to me. One of the most influential people in my life. We then went and bought some "money" to burn and send up to him. After that, we walked around the temple grounds for a bit to take in the scenery.
When we left, we headed to an optometrist. My Grandma had mentioned that it's way cheaper in HK to buy prescription glasses and ...
... they went then back down the stairs to the harbour.
At the harbour we caught the ferry (the right one this time!) back across to Kowloon and walked along the edge of the harbour to the Walk of Fame for local movie stars – stars in the paving with handprints. We didn’t know many but we did find Jackie Chan (not our driver) and Bruce Lee. Bruce also had an action statue!
By this time we had to get the train back to Norm and ...
... it up.
So with wallet in hand and a level of determination intensified by an imminent departure we hit Nathan Road again. But with no particular goal in mind it once again meant aimless rambling. Into nooks and crannies, in venues that are literally holes in the wall, or conveniently located pieces of bitumen with an over hang of roofing, we climb up and down stairs looking for the last few bits. Seriously overloaded with ...
... place so I guess we probably were amusing.
The rest of the afternoon we walked around a very busy area called Sham Shui Po and found a few more bargains. This area was just packed with people and by the end Karry had a headache and our trolley was overflowing and we all had aching feet, so we said our goodbyes to Lan for the day and started the trek back to Joc's place which is on the other side of Hong Kong. Hong Kong ...