Pavilion Century Tower
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... Ferry around Victoria harbour. Star Ferry is legendary for its fleet of electric-diesel vessels. They date back to 1888. Then it was back to our hotel and a little R & R. In the evening we headed out for dinner and found a Vietnamese noodle place. It was good, but not sure many foreigners go there! On our walk back to our hotel we came across a beautiful chinese lantern display, celebrating the Mid Autumn ...
... to experience the view for ourselves. We took a number of photos - and took some of other couples using their cameras - then after about 45 minutes went back inside for a reasonably priced lunch at the Hong Kong Day restaurant - some of the other restaurants were outrageously expensive!
We were pleased to find that there was only a short queue to go back down in the tram, and in any case we were able to jump the queue thanks to Angela's faithful ...
... pampered by people who have no idea who we are or what we're like. We won't see them ever again sometimes, but we still do our best to lend them a hand. We have 315 million people that somehow coordinate an enormously complicated scheme that keeps the country going in an organized fashion. It's a delicate balance that relies on the honor system--a system we don't appreciate until it's gone.
Save me the "the U.S. government brainwashes us to do these things robotically". Just...don't. Hulk will smash. ...
Tuesday the 31st of December.
It was another beautiful clear sunny day, so we thought it would be a good idea to go to the ICC building in Kowloon, and see if we could go to the Ritz Carlton Ozone bar located on the 118th floor and is reputed to be the highest bar in the world.
It was very busy in the lounge with people who had checked in for NYE.
So after breakfast we went to Cova for coffee ...
... like we were surrounded by jungle, amazing given how close we were to such a major city. We followed the trail further up to the viewpoint known as Dragon's Back and again were greeted with fantastic views of the coast on the other side of the hill. The path meandered across the top of the hill, before dropping down slightly into a more sheltered section where we saw some amazing butterflies and birds, before having a slightly more pulse racing wildlife encounter. ...