The Upper House
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... next to the harbour. The ferry ride was a bit rough with the wind blowing. Caught the ferry to Kwooloon and looked at the Avenue of the Stars before heading back to the hotel. Went back up to the markets after afternoon tea, just to fill in time until it was cocktail ...
... 4 to 27 degrees! Once at the top, along with many restaurants and bars, there was the option to visit Madam Tussuad's and even a shopping mall. amongst which stood one of Hong Kong's most striking landmarks, the Peak Tower (it has an iconic wok-like top). We decided to have a spot of lunch before walking around the natural pathways to admire the outstanding view of Hong Kong from it's highest point. I must admit, the views were breathtaking and we were both in awe of ...
... heavily guarded.
As I post this today I have just learned that the last of the occupy sites has been dismantled. Last night the final peaceful protests were held with thousands turning out to show their support. Many vow while this is the end of the camps it is not the end of the their fight. China's unwavering control over the election process continues and I fear that without Western intervention this is a losing ...
We flew Cathay Pacific on an old Boeing 747 which was comfortable but very creaky and noisy. An uneventful flight i.e. Brad's flying skills were not required due a kamakazi pilot. He had a cute baby next to him and I ended up with an old Chinese lady who ...
... restaurant was Hulong on the 28th floor over looking the lights and skyline of the city. The dinner was outstanding and my other favorite meal of the trip. Our main course was crispy duck served with little pancakes, slivered cukes and scallions with two types of sauces. The bathroom of the restaurant was so beautiful I took a picture of it. ( never done that ...