Sichuan Business Hotel
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... we managed to do some shopping and have lunch on the waterfront. Plenty of activity going on on the water with wind surfers, P-class yachts, leisure craft and Chinese junks, but nobody in the water swimming. Walked along the coast a bit to an old temple and up the hill a bit. Nice views. It would be nicer to live on this side of HK Island than the other as the hills are still covered in vegetation, there are walking trails on the hills, less highrise and it has nice ...
... is said to be famous for its wide selection of herbal medicine.
We didnīt also leave out the Hollywood Road and the nearby Upper Lascar Road, (often referred to as “Cat Street”) that are famous for their curio and antique shops. Then we passed by the Man Mo Temple, one of the first traditional-style temples built during the colonial era.
After a short coffee break we hopped on the worldīs longest covered escalator which links Des Voeux Road ...
As my flights home took me to Hong Kong I decided to stop there for a few days.
First of all it was a shock, after travelling in Japan I wasn't used to people talking into their phones on public transport, all palces felt loud compared to Japan. Everyone wants to sell you something or has the best massage on offer or suits. I got used, found out that Hong Kong is ...
... The big square in front of it is sandwiched between modern, beautiful buildings of Library and Philharmonic and usually is full of singers, dancers, musicians and many different artists. It's a one big art stage, specially on weekends.
Then we are going to a nearby Lianhua Shan - Lotus Hill Park where Chinese love spending their free time with family and friends, usually in a ...
The story continues from last night. On Monday we came across a night time market/open air karaoke event on our way home from the harbour light show. Well we had to go and see it again when we weren't cross eyed with tiredness. Mission accomplished we turned a corner to find a young boy playing a baby grand piano in the middle of the street, and a few feet further along a six foot carp was dancing along to a karaoke singer singing the famous Animals song, and of course Grandpa ...