W Hong Kong
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- Outdoor pool
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... we paid for in Europe. After lunch we decided to take the tram to the peak to get a good view of Hong Kong. Upon arrival at the entrance, the line up was over 1000 people long, at least a 60 minute wait, so we scrapped that idea and walked through Hong Kong park instead. The park was nicely laid out with a large aviary, plant conservatory, several small lakes and a few amphitheatres. We certainly enjoyed the Central district of Hong Kong better than ...
... drove up to Victoria Peak, the highest point on Hong Kong Island andas far back as the Colonial Days, the home of the most prestigious and expensive homes. At the top level, homes can sell for $13,000 to $25,000 a square foot. Midway up the peak a 2000 sq. foot home sells for 6-8 million. That is in US dollars! At the top, a light rain started and a fog obscured many of the sights. Just in case you needed to buy something, ...
... This morning we tossed up whether to take the reliable trolley or just rely on a shopping bag each and luckily we decided to stay with the trusty trolley as we managed to fill it as well as half fill an overnight bag Karry bought at the markets. We decided after our first few busy days we would be home earlier today so we just had one more stop to make. We took the minibus back to Aberdeen, got in a taxi and dropped our trolley and bag off at the front desk of ...
... area called Causeway Bay which had a huge shopping mall called Times Square. It was basically a Chinese version of London but much more futuristic and sky rise. So loud, bright and busy but yet it had a very charming feel to it, maybe because it still remained quite authentically Chinese in some parts, however it was extremely westernised. We also popped into the cheapest Apple store in the world, because everything is made here, there is no tax, ...
... We arrived at the top in Ngong ping village and bought the photo from the cable car. The tried to sell us snow globes and key rings and mugs with our pictures to, but we respectfully declined. The village is a collection of many different shops and we had a poke around in them until the walking with Buddha show was ready at 11. I bought a garnet beaded bracelet from a shop.
The walking with Buddha show was included in our ticket and we were the only ones ...