The South China Hotel
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... see how close the gondola ride got to the top of the hill Buddha rested on were frustrated by poor visibility. With our gondola leg of the journey complete, we set off on foot through a recently constructed "ancient" streetscape - an authentic copy of what might have been around 100 or so years ago. While not normally Starbucks customers, it seemed to be the only option available for something with a coffee flavour to it. We stopped, enjoyed the air conditioning and our iced ...
... the stifling heat (indexes over 100º every day!).
In the evening we traversed the Harbor in the famous Star Ferry to Kowloon and Nomad's, a Mongolian BBQ restaurant. Sadly, Kublai's is no longer here, but we wanted to share the style of restaurant with the kids in memory of Kublai. Nomad's reminded Krissie and I why we loved Kublai's so much... it was definitely a hit ...
It’s still worthwhile going up the tram to Victoria Peak and the views of the manicured buildings a far cry from random building of skyscrapers in Beijing and Shanghai. Hong Kong was obviously planned, where China has just thrown buildings up everywhere.
The best of this short visit to Hong Kong? GADDI’s Restaurant at the Peninsula Hotel. Here is a comment from one of the members from the first group ...
... incense—hard to breathe. Each incense offering contains the prayers or wishes of that basket’s owner.
Next to Man Mo we visit a village style market—not much different from the markets in Oaxaca—selling everything from vegetables to fish.
Next stop, Wong Tai Sin Temple named after Wong Chuping. When This temple is much more grandiose than the last one and is filled with statues. Wong ...
... kong/en/welcome). I have never carried a 15kg backpack around with me for six months, so I guess my back was always going to be something I had to take care of but I also found that around the same time my brain turned off as well. Looking back now I put it down to a kind of information overload as I felt quite similar to when I had finished lots of important exams. I had heard that when planning long trips you should always factor in 2 weeks chill out time every 3 months ...