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... hours, everywhere was lit up like a Christmas tree, it was very pretty. We knew that there was a light show at the harbour opposite Hong Kong Island at 8pm every night and so we made our way there. The view of Hong Kong Island from the opposite shore where we were was brilliant. The light show was slightly underwhelming but still impressive.
We had a meal at a small cafe type noodle place...(we chose ...
... of the jetty - Angela trying out some of the exercise equipment while I stayed in the shade! There was quite a selection of equipment in an area called the "Fitness Corner for the Elderly" - with lengthy explanations of how to use the equipment safely.
If you turn right after leaving the jetty there is a whole strip of restaurants and other shops but we decided to turn left and explore a bit. There were some more restaurants and houses set in lovely bush ...
... relations can be poor and whites are the preferred race, religious conflicts occur and Christianity is definitely a preferred religion, and massive oil companies make campaign contributions that can heavily influence political decisions. But what we Americans don't understand is that we can do something about it--it's not legally binding, but it's societal. Inequalities are hunted down like rabid dogs, and secrets simply are not kept. Corruption is publicized, ...
... from the bus stop near Shek O, as this way the bus already drives you most of the way up the mountain. We started from Chai Wan, where there were no directions and we had to climb up easily a thousand steps through a mountainside graveyard to even reach the vegetation.
However, the walk is perfect once you get past the steps; it's relatively easy and we spent much of the walk on a flat path with ...
... we've been awed by the hospitality that has been shown to us. Time is flying by and we need to get our flights sorted. HK will be the end of the trip for us and we will head back to London later next week. We've still got a pile of sights to see and I'll try to make sure the blog is updated and keep everyone in the loop. The folks have returned back from the States and normality will soon beckon, but for the meantime we're still in this absolutely mad place. It hasn't changed.