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... it. It was really windy and we were told we were experiencing a stage 3 typhoon but had the possibility of turning into a stage 8, so a lot of things were shut in the evening. Day 3 - The weather was still very windy and rainy, so we went to the Art Museum..it was pretty boring. In the afternoon we stumbled across the Avenue of Comic Stars, it was loads of big plastic cartoon characters some about 8ft high. In the evening we went to ...
... it took us around the Harbour of Aberdeen- people live on boats. Was not for me.
Next we went to Stanley Markets- this place is amazing. The markets had a range of things- bags, clothes, linen, everything. We went for lunch and walked down the boardwalk area- and it was like a coastal France. Not many Asian people out and about. Not sure why. But so many restaurants and places to just stop. We found a great place ...
... to Aberdeen. Some spectacular sea views along the way but it is difficult to grab a photo from a fast moving bus window.
On our last trip you couldn't move a few feet along the waterfront without being offered Sampan tours round the harbour; this time just a few half hearted efforts - is it off season? It is just too hot to amble aimlessly around and June and July are offseason for fishing so there ...
... the bus to the Stanley Waterfront, on the other side of the island. The ride took around 1 hour, and we passed several beaches. Once we got to the waterfront, we sat in a German restaurant and chilled there for about 2 hours. Once the other 2 reached the waterfront, we picked up some souvenirs, got in a cab and came back to the city. We first stopped at a bakery where we picked up some Pineapple Buns and Egg Tarts, which ...
... Bay. Feeling like I’m swimming upstream, I then beeline for the exit (Darwin you profound old man) and walk to my office! Door-to-door, about an hour commute. As for Hong Kong itself… I just LOVE it and its big bright lights! I am continuously blown away by the size of the buildings that shoot up daily and even more blown away by the bamboo scaffolding tied together with pieces of nylon, used to construct these monsters (apparently they gave ...