Seaview O City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... annoying when you get people pushing in especially when it's a huge group of people and they have suitcases with them! We finally got to the front, quite close to where the tram door would open and waited- when the tram arrived - yep you guess it- hundreds (slight exaggeration) of people pushed in front of us- we ended up being one of the last on!! We also had to stand which didn't bother us so much. We got to the peak after a very steep climb ...
... having not had lunch on the hike other than a Clif bar), but we managed to contain our hunger long enough to wait for a ride the Star Ferry to Kowloon from Central, an iconic activity when visiting Hong Kong. By the time we finally got to the restaurant we were all deliriously hungry, but the hot pot was worth the wait. For those not familiar with hot pot, a pot of boiling broth is put on the table on a burner, and you then cook thinly sliced strips ...
We touched down in Hong Kong on the evening of the 27/3 with a storm of excitement brewing after a long flight from Sri Lanka, and a brief stop over in Bangkok. We struggled to find hostels in a decent area and for a decent price because of the rugby 7's, so before the real 'roughing it' started round Asia we were spoilt to a class hotel. As in Sri Lanka we wanted to try the local cuisine in HK, and this didn't disappoint. We wandered round ...
... and if someone told me we had been transported to London, I would have believed them. Paul Smith, Burberry (very popular in Hong Kong you will be pleased to know Barbara and Roy) Zara, Nine West, Pret a Manger every shop and brand was familiar. Hong Kong feels very different to Kowloon, very business like with an astonishing amount of traffic, and of course the trams. Outside the mall there wasn't a shop, hawker or chemist in sight. This area is built on and ...
... an easy evening tonight temple street market for some food, we try the grilled sticks off a couple off stands and are really lucky. The satay squid and fish cake/dumpling were unusually good. We were dubious to start with not knowing what to choose, but made the right choice in the end. For dessert we spot a bakery across the road and pick up 2 custard tarts and some baked pizza bread for the morning. Its early to bed tonight as we have our earliest start yet ...