South China Harbour Hotel
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... a rolling shopping bag to cart my goodies home in, hangers, weird flavored lays, weird fruit flavored Oreos, mini waffles, and oatmeal. I had, in the meantime, lost the people I had originally followed and had glommed on to the guy I had watched pace for a half hour. He bought a few more sane food things and honestly his talk about oatmeal inspired my purchase of it. He valued it so much he had packed it from Arizona with him just in case. I was buying Quaker oats and I ...
... just a bit, passing by the US Consulate (good to know in case our passports got messed up) before making a quick stop at the funicular station which offered amazing views from the top of the tallest point in Hong Kong. It was getting a bit hazy at that point in the day so we decided to postpone our trip to the top and instead continued on the bus route until we reached the famous Stanley Market area about 30 minutes outside of the central business district.
... Chinese characters written on them. They then slowly shake the box until one of the sticks falls out. They write down the characters and then continue to shake another one out. Eventually they will take their paper with the characters to a fortune teller. It was quite fun to observe this and the temple itself is quite nice as well.
Our last stop was Kowloon City, an area named after the former Kowloon Walled City. On our way over there we stopped by another temple, ...
... reimbursed, get lunch and then grab a bus that went to the village. The Big Buddha is the world's tallest outdoor seated bronze Buddha. We had to climb a bunch of stairs to the top but once there we got great views of Lantau island. We then also went to Po Lin Monastery. This monastery is the largest of Hong Kong's Buddhist temples. Since the weather cleared we took the cable ...
We made it to Hong Kong! Crazy to think we are literally halfway across the world right now. We departed from Toronto at around 2AM and traveled 14 hours to Hong Kong. The flight was good. A little bumpy at times, enough that the seat belt sign had to be turned on. Heather felt the flight was long but it really didn't seem any longer than any other flight to me. We were fed dinner not long after take off and both Heather and I ...