Royal View Hotel [Subsidiary Of Sunhung Kai Properties Ltd]
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Does Hong Kong Pong?
It's a big question because the service kids that went to school with me said it stank all the time and they hated it. The answer is... No not really. Near the sea it smells seaish and in the traffic it smells like most other cities. It's thickly smokey in the Taoist temples but otherwise the air is clear, …
... long bus
ride to Ngong Ping to see the famous Giant bronze Buddha. The bus ride took us to the top of the
island through windy roads and sharp turns. There is a small village once you get to the top and you can
take a cable car ride from the top of this mountain across to the next
peak. The view from up here was
After climbing many steps to reach the Big Buddha, ...
... at Sunny bay waiting for the train that supposedly took us to the cable car, with speakers booming 'next train to Disney land in five minutes' and maps with Disney land written all over them and we still didn't realise where we were going! Then the train pulled up. It had Mickey Mouse shaped windows and handholders and models of Disney characters on the inside.
First we went on space mountain. It was so cool! It is dark so you can't ...
... we have separated into two distinct groups. 1. Picky eaters and 2. People who love the clean plate club. The clean plate club will literally leave no veggie uneaten, no food un-tested and usually steals food from the picky eater table. Guess which one I am at? I have tried every food at every meal. Although, I still have not found tofu cooked in a way I enjoy. We have the fun table. After dinner, we ...
Safe to say everyone likes real Chinese food. Caitlin polished off a bowl of noodles with shrimp and scallops at speed even though we told both the girls they had to eat only using chopsticks. Hunger makes you learn fast!!! Watching the locals we picked up a few tips and techniques. I was tempted by the deep fried baby pigeon. But thought I would play safe as only the first day! ...