The Bonanza Hotel & SPA
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I was not looking forward to Monday. I was sure that I was the world’s worst teacher, which is a game I like to play several times over the course of a year. Actually, I wouldn’t say I like it more like something I force myself into. Anyway after talking to people I managed to eke together a
plan for Monday. At the end of the day I found myself in a pottery store with all kinds of things painted for the Western eye. The cups with "clever" sayings, ...
... remained closed until about 930, which was somewhat disappointing, since we only had a few hours there. The hike to the tram was long, muggy and uphill. We made it safely without getting lost and got to the top of the peak only to discover all the stores s the top, including the lookout tower, were also closed. So, we wandered around, watched some locals stretching at the kids play ground and headed back down. We decided to walk through town a bit more, ...
... to go for dinner. I ended up back at Tsui Wah, a place we'd gone to for lunch before, because it was cheap and local, but had an English menu. Friday Morning I had big plans: a good western brunch and to take the peak tram. Brunch was found using trip advisor and gps on my cellphone. Thank Goodness for iphone maps. I got a little lost but found my way to a latte and eggs benedict. Then I wandered back to the subway and headed to central station to follow the signs to the peak ...
... hundreds of people wait in a line, not for a bus, but for a serve of Jenny's Cookies, a local delicacy that is a highly prized gift, the line never diminishes,these treats must be very special indeed. On board the Star Ferry 'Morning Star' we headed to Hong Kong Island and despite the weather changing every five seconds we took the risk and headed up to Victoria Peak in the local bus. First on board, the girls headed upstairs to take the ...
... man trying to sell me a white and hot pink tailor-made suit (the regret of not buying it still haunts me). Up the hills to Victoria Peak and stood stunned at the view of the whole of Hong Kong. high above the tallest buildings. Beat Chantelle on the monkey bars and grabbed a few more beers before heading back on the bus to the square - a block of bars and restaurants which quickly became the hang-out. Served by Elvis and had ...