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... rolls as well as some green tea. It cost around £30 but was really nice. We then headed towards the tram but found it was a two hour wait so decided to leave it. We wondered around for quite a while and stumbled upon a parrot outside a shop! As we walked up I said 'Ahhh hello' and he said 'hello' back so I laughed and the cheeky so n so imitated my laugh! Lol. We tried to make him say different names of people back home but he weren't having none of it!! It ...
... travel and the journey on the HK Airport Express did not disappoint.
Air-conditioned, clean, spacious and on time. A picturesque transfer to mainland HK and the most wonderfully, opulent hotel I have ever experienced.
The square footage was nearly equal to our house!
The turn-down service was creepy. A 'serviette' appeared ...
... our defence, they are particualry good in HK. While Lloyd was buying a phone, they tried to sell Sherilyn some electronic facial exfoliator.
The next night, we moved in with Shelli, Justin and their 2 housemates (all South Africans) for the next few days. It was awesome to see some family again. We laughed as they ‘prepared’ us for the area we were staying in. Like all HK apartments, theirs is small, although we had imagined much smaller. They ...
... the crystal cable car, which had a glass bottom floor! The magnificent views took in the harbour and airport, the high-rise buildings that dot the landscape, which are tightly packed around the coastline, nestled in pockets at the foot of hills and mountainous country. Most of the hills and mountains are covered in trees and vegetation with some exposed rocks, ...
... ridiculous. On arrival to Ngong Ping the immediacy of the tourist influence hits you, with a village of souvenir shops before you enter the grounds of the Monastery. Selling anything from key rings to property on the island (£30k for a thee bed Dad, looks a snip if you fancy it above a move down South, although it is wooden). The Buddha is a hugely impressive site that dominates the view completely, officially the worlds largest sitting Buddha. After the 238 steps to the top ...