Warwick Hotel Cheung Chau
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... more but thing is, I am too broke after HK. Even if I'd find a job straight away after coming home, by June I won't have enough money to travel for a year. So that would result in two gapyears, one for work (and possibly finishing the minor), and one for travel. But then I'd be 24 when I graduate and have no relevant work experience yet and that seems quite old.. Plus, after two years of not studying I might not even want to do a masters anymore.. ...
... the big bus hop on point and not much later, we were on our way. We made a stop at the Peak tram base point, before heading to wan chai, then happy valley and then through a 1.9km tunnel to emerge just near Aberdeen. A stop was made at ocean park and we continued on, up and down a windy but extremely scenic road to arrive at Stanley. We walked through the local shopping mall to visit the stanley markets. Apparently they're famous, but I reckon they're ...
... avenue of the Stars and sweated my way around the harbor walk for an hour. There was one person fishing - caught one the size of my thumb when I walked past (kept it as well). A lady in a wheelchair was being pushed by another lady to each garbage bin looking for cans - the lady in the wheelchair gave me a big toothless grin and bid me good morning. ...
... the MTR to get to the area, we then had to chose between bus or cable car to get to the Buddha. The queue for the cable car was an hour long, so the bus it was! For $35HKD round trip (about £3) it was a bargain compared to the cable car...air conditioned too! Once we reached the top, we could see the Buddha sitting comfortable on top a big hill, so we climbed the steep never ending set of steps to reach the top. Not the easiest thing to do ...
... journey up one of the steepest funicular railways in the world (the steepest being in Kotoomba in the Blue Mountains from last week) to Victoria Peak. In addition to being very steep and interesting ride, it affords beautiful views back over the city and the harbor.
At the top, we splurged on a bit of ice cream to cool us down before the 15 minute walk to one of the most stunning views ...