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At this point we were tired and sore possibly a little over being a tourist and wanted to stay in bed and read but alas that was not to be.... Firstly I choose where we ate breakfast and thank goodness I did because I remembered a little french styled patisserie so we did what the french do had hot chocolates and croissants. The true breakfast of champions. We then again wandered down my ...
... camp and support the movement further but he too still needs to work. And that unfortunately is still the plight of many Hong Kongers. They want to support the cause but they need to support themselves too.
After dinner we walk along the Boulevard of Stars- really no different than Hollywoods Walk of Fame aside from the names. Familiar names pop up- Jet Li, Jackie Chan and of course Bruce Lee. If seeing this star isn't ...
... upstairs to the bar where we had something light to eat and I had a cocktail! The bar was lined in polished wood and had large brown Chesterfield couches to sit on. This was our last "splurge" to mark the end of our holiday. The bar was much quieter than downstairs and we had a chat with some women from Rockhampton who'd arrived in HK for a conference, only the day before. We reluctantly left and went back to our hotel to wait for our driver who was taking us to ...
... Owen drags us into a local café, and so our farewell dinner is a fairly awful meal in a greasy spoon where we can’t even all sit at the same table! Once over, we head out and into night-time Kowloon – it’s busy, and it gets even busier as we get onto Nathan, the main north-south thoroughfare for Kowloon. We head south, down busy streets that are exhilarating, exactly what we’d expected of HK. We’re soon down at the harbour, where ...
... I could say a little about the check in and boarding facilities for the ship. The cruise terminal is located right next door to the star ferry terminals, in the bustling heart of the Kowloon harbour front. To board the ship, you have to enter the mall of never ending designer shops, and absolutely no point of reference to get your bearings. We were lucky and the taxi driver knew exactly where we needed to go, other poor souls weren't so fortunate, and had to drag ...