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... Trang, and tipped our Cambodian tuk-tuk driver more than he makes in a day ($5). We've talked more World Cup and US basketball than I really know about, but Dan can hold the conversation. We've bargained and haggled for "good quality" and "cheap cheap" souvenirs and taken many "photo memories." While I have loved seeing this part of the world, there is nothing better than heading back to the USA with my best friend and a million memories in tow! ...
... I had to make this trip as a pilgrimage for my Chinese
and Portuguese ancestry.
We were staying overnight in
Hong Kong and that left us plenty of time to explore the small,
special Administrative region, (SAR), of China. On our first day, I
chose to visit Lantau island. For US$15 it took us 55 minutes on a
route to the Ngong Ping 360 to Lantau island. Together with friends
Karen and Morris, we discovered ...
... 8pm every night for approx 15 minutes.. weather permitting.. the best vantage position is on Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront promenade and thousands congregate along with me.
As enjoyable as it is, especially with the passing assortment of watercrafts.. ferries, tug boats, dredges, cruise liners, and a original junk !..the "Duckling" with it's ...
... but it could just be this section we saw. Literally it was a stones throw away. Bruce our guide (they all have a Chinese name and an English name, I wonder if we were to live here we could make up our own Chinese name), that the people here have speciality dishes (rat, cat, dog, snake) and a massive sigh of relief when he said that unfortunately we would not be trying these as they are very expensive. We did however get chicken and sweet corn soup and sweet n sour pork. I'm not ...
... but our first destination today was the Victoria peak tram. We arrived there and hopped off the bus, got in the queue for our tickets and hopped on the next tram. The ride up was steep, very steep in parts, but it was pretty cool.
Just 25 minutes later when we arrived at the top, we were in the Peak Tower. A funny shaped building, full of shops that offered loads of tourist tat, but amazing views over Hong Kong when ...