Rambler Oasis Hotel
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... of stalls selling anything from copy bags, copy watches and nee tailored suits to fridge magnets and waving Chinese cats. The narrow narrow walkways are thronged with stalls and people; a little suffocating at times, but very exciting, we decided that it's pointless shopping and carrying it to Australia and back again, so the Ladies Market will be our main place to visit on our return journey from Australia to London. Later, back at the hotel, ...
... is water.
Remember I said Hong Kong is a construction site! New elevated freeways, underground Metro line works and expanding the typhoon shelter all meant that after 2 hours the only water I had seen was a rather stagnant bay next to the yacht club. Back to the Hotel, via the local station to pick up a Metro card it it was a well earned stop at the hotel bar for a wine nightcap (from a complementary drinks voucher) and listening to a duet ...
... famous tourist site, the Peak Tram. (http://www.thepeak.com.hk/en/5_5_1.asp ). Actually it's a funicular railway and not a real tram, because you journey to the top of the peak by being pulled up an incredibly steep slope, with more and more of Hong Kong city emerging below you. The view from the top is breathtaking and the whole experience is definitely worth the money. Lots of the skyscrapers are painted pale beiges, dusty pinks and creams so looking out at the sea of ...
Wow, what an amazing cultural diversity this place is. Went on a Star Ferries harbour cruise to see the light show plus a walk around the famous Ladies Market. A feast for the eyes, nose and ears.
I would have loved to have stayed longer in Hong Kong - perhaps another time.
... of a stone, Oscar could only poke holes in the money making initiatives instead of joining in the sport. The views from The Peak were great, although we agreed that those from Kowloon last night were better. After our descent, we sought out Wellington Street for some local cuisine. We ended up in Wah Fung, where fried beef and rice noodles were the star of the show. Tired from another day walking about the city and with an early move to Macau tomorrow, we returned home for ...