Vienna Hotel Shanzhen Diwang Bao'an South Road
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... landscape view of the mountains and neighbouring China. After reaching the climax we climbed to the top of the buddha mountain in order to 'enter him' and see the shrine inside. Afterwards we stupidly decided to take on a mini hike of about an hour in 33 degree heat which nearly killed us but allowed us to travel on the wisdom path. That path also nearly had me walking into a cobweb where a spider the size of my hand was lying in wait! After nearly breaking my back doing ...
The day is not good weather wise, cloudy, misty rain but not cold. The day is spent wnadering the main streets, little lanes and markets. I think we walked 10 to 15ks. Legs are tired by days end.
Still no improvement on the weather. This morning we take the Tram to the Noon Day Gun. It is fired everyday at noon. Now as i have seen and heard it before i tell Shauan its not that loud, and get her to video the firing. I stand back with my ears covered as its ...
... bite on my leg, has swollen and blistered so my calf is twice the size it should be! Not good! Then went into Central to see if we could find somewhere for food, but the restaurants seemed to be quite posh and expensive to what we become used in HK! So we found a Chinese restaurant and have flat noodles in soup with chilli ...
... in the rain to reach the Peak Tram which took us up the side of HK mountain. Fairly over cast but still a fantastic view from the top. Back down the mountain and straight to Yum Cha (traditional HK style). A quick visit to some street side markets and then we boarded a boat back to Kowloon. We found Kowloon park and enjoyed the kids playground. Train back to hotel. Another swim in the pool and then off to the airport to fly to ...
... because we actually got some really good (?) views of a working landfill, which ISN'T something I've seen before. We also found out where the kites which fly around LOHAS park live. Relatively the walk wasn't that busy, although there were a couple of inappropriately dressed women trying to climb a billion steps while holding their umbrellas. The trail ended at the Golf Club, which unfortunately meant nothing to us. We stood around on ...