Rambler Oasis Hotel
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... walked to a row of big wooden poles, called the Wisdom Path. From Pgong Ping village, where The Big Buddha is situated, we caught a bus down to sea level & went on a boat trip, which was part of our Lantau Island deal. We went on a boat ride, which initially went through a stick village, which was quite interesting. The houses were built on thin poles above the water. Then we just went out onto the harbour & back again, whereas we thought that the boat would ...
... my college's celebration, is that it looked like a 10-year-old's birthday party. They had organized several games to play such as solving riddles, trying to blow out as many candles as possible and throwing rings around bottles. If you managed to fill up a card of stamps by playing these games, you got to choose some candies. There was also a lucky draw, which allowed you to win a notebook (the paper kind - not the laptop kind). The funniest part was that the local ...
... shares their room with one other person, and although they're quite small (about 14m2) they're furnished very practically and you have lots of storage space. A quick trip to Ikea was all I needed to completely settle in :)
In the evening some local students brought a a whole bunch of us to a restaurant. It was truly one of these places where only locals eat. At first I was taken aback a bit - the place looked really shabby with a plastic table cloth ...
Today we decided to go to Ocean Park because I wanted to see the red pandas. Ocean park is a massive theme park / zoo just a few minutes taxi ride away from our hotel. It is a very popular attraction on HK island. We headed straight to the panda enclosure and saw red pandas and giant pandas. We went of some roller coasters and also a cable car which took you to the top section of the park. We had our first international McDonalds for lunch (105 HKD ...
... 5 bucks are listed as $40. We then took the metro to downtown Hong Kong, on the island side. Hong Kong is split in two: the Hong Kong island side, and the Kowloon side (aka the mainland side). The two sides are separated by Victoria harbor. The metro system has several lines that connect the two, so it's easy to get from one side to the other. There are also bridges and ferries. The metro system is much like Tokyo's; super efficient and ...