7 Days Inn Shenzhen Xinzhou
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... gas, pepper spray, general mayhem), and I also don't really want to get arrested and deported when I just got to Asia! I'm going to wander around some of north Kowloon this morning, spend the heat of the day in the (hopefully air conditioned) hostel doing trip planning, and then maybe go out in the evening for some food and maybe see if there are some night markets around. That's the current plan anyways.
So far it seems I am ...
... Street and Bonham Strand West which are lined with specialty shops selling ginseng and birdīs nest. At the end of Wing Lok Street we turned left into Des Voeux Road West and discovered the surprising varieties of exotic dried seafood available on this street. We also found rare and expensive items gathered from around the world. Then we walked along Des Voeux Road West and turned left into Ko Shing Street which is the wholesale center of Hong Kongīs thriving herbal medicine ...
Alarm at 8, showered and sorted for the day. Breakfast up in the Orangery for a day then. Off to the ferry terminal Got our tickets ok from the machine, cost the princely sum of 23p each way :-) the boats must have done thousands and thousands of crossings over the years, it is a very efficient operation. So across on the island and walked miles and miles, shops and more shops, a couple ...
... even more just talking about it all! We stayed and watched one race, winning an extra 40 yuan for our troubles! I was tempted to go back and go all out on one horse, but apparently that leads to a lifetime of mobsters chasing up loans and no cash. No thanks.
Well, tomorrow is my last day in Hong Kong, catching the flight at 7:45 pm. I'm not entirely sure what the plans are for tomorrow-it'll be a surprise for all.
... be moved into council housing.
We then went to the giant Buddah statue near the Po Lin Monastery. This statue is only a recent (last 20 years?) and has saved the monastery as they now get alot of tourists. A really nice vegetarian meal at the monastery. The cable car trip which attracted us to this tour was closed for maintenance. What a shame.
Not our best day but pretty good. No photos as my phone has gone on strike. ...