Rambler Oasis Hotel
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We went to Peng Chau.
Peng Chau is a pretty small island just off Lantau island. It looks fairly similar to its older brother, Cheung Chau island, but is a tiny 1 km squared with a highest point of 95 m at Finger Hill. Apparently in the 70s and 80s Peng Chau suddenly became a hub of industry, boasting a lime kiln, match factory, and cinema. Now it's once again a quiet little island, with a few temples, plenty of isolated ...
... and arrived in Hong Kong at around 2:30pm. We had a very quick trip through immigration and customs then found the booth to buy tickets for the airport express train into town. This is the most expensive way to get there but by far the quickest and easiest. We bought the version of the ticket that included three days travel on the MTR. The train was very modern and comfortable. It delivered us to Kowloon and we were delighted to find that ...
... be a top model, instead of, or as well as,a dentist.!
Our accomodation rates a mention, Airport Gateway, rejuvinated, and one of the best rooms we have ever had,anywhere, with a great spacious design, beautiful fabrics and furnishings, comfortable and lovely..
Here we are rested in Hong Kong,after a good flight with Cathay, a very eloquent N.Z Captain, at the controls always instills feeling of security...the crew ...
... lovely experience, and all though at the top you didn't get to see as much of HKs iconic skyline through the mist as I would have wished I still got a sense of 'we made it'. It was the final real thing we did on our trip, and was a perfect way to end it off as we have both always enjoyed the big city life and HK has to be up there with one of the best and most hustling of them all. From here we flew back to the Philippines and then back home. As ...
... countries are just as guilty, these two keep getting mentioned to me when it comes to wildlife. Anything endangered they seem to want to eat for it's supposed properties and powers - rhino horn (the same chemical as fingernail), tiger penis, turtle heart... To collect the turtle shells to sell, Chinese fishermen blind the turtles by stabbing their eyes before prying them out of their shells whilst still alive, it's incredible and quite disgusting!