Zhongbao International Hotel
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... in watching the people coming in and out to say prayers and give offerings. I think Grant had an even better appreciation since he studied China's geography, dynasties and religions this year in school. We met up with a friend of Jeff's last night at Victoria Peak. It is the highest point on Hong Kong island and has spectacular views of the whole area. It was gorgeous to see at ...
Back in 'Central' I went up the Peak Tram (another free ticket) to the highest point on the island. Glad I missed it yesterday as it was lovely and clear today so got to see loads.
Didn't get back onto Kowloon (my island) until 6ish so thought it best to stick around so I don't miss the Symphony of Lights. Spent over an hour wandering around looking for somewhere to eat and drink and there was NOWHERE!!!!!!! How can this be? There are shops everywhere; ...
... a bungy line attached to him and had more likely suffered huge losses in the casino and was finishing himself off - apparently there are jumpers every week in Macau. If that is the case then it's a tragic end to someone's life. Neither Chris nor I can see any attraction in gambling and weren't really tempted to splash out even a modest sum on the slots. A glass or two of fizz awaits us when we get back to our canapés as we celebrate St. Valentine's ...
... to ply one of their many other money-making scams. One thing I think I mentioned earlier in the trip is that the French registered vans we used had red number plates as required for leased vehicles and this is like a beacon to people trying to rip off tourists. We managed to drop the car off successfully with no fuss, but once inside the terminal, being Italy it took us just ...
It's been a few weeks since I parted ways with my travel buddies, so I arranged a day trip to visit them for a little reunion outing. Both Hong and Nana live in Shenzhen which is surprisingly close to my home in Hong Kong. To put this in perspective it's actually quicker for me to go to Shenzhen then to Hong Kong Island area (and that's including immigration time). It's similar to, if you live in London, it's quicker to get to Paris than it is to get to Newcastle. Hong is a really ...