Motel 268 (Shenzhen Huanggang)
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... adjacent to Hong Kong island (see further pics), and finally finished up about 100 metres from where we had started.
Se finally caught the ferry to Kowloon, another train, and home to the hotel. Someone had a pedometer and our tally for the morning was over 11000 steps and 7.5 kms. For a spectacularly unusual tour, I was quite impressed that I walked so far.
Lazy afternoon coming up and then off to the races at the famous Sha Tin racetrack.
... already instead of Monday :) We'll see.
The building was close to the History Museum and the Sience Museum, as the History Museum was closed for today I went to the Science one, although I have nothing with science. But it was fun! I was there in the morning so it was not crowded yet with all students from schools and I could enjoy walking around. There was a part about safety rules at a construction site, food rules, global warming, ...
... br> After the movie had finished we went back outside to check on the weather. We decided to walk around the area some more and came across an old looking market that sold fresh fish, meat, and vegetables. There are restaurants on the higher floors, but we were too full to try any at the time. We headed back to the MTR afterwards and started our way back to the hostel. We have to sleep a bit earlier tonight to wake up to go to Macau tomorrow!
-- Ryan L.
... We took the Star ferry across to Hong Kong island....it was super expensive...a whole 25c!!! We wernt quite sure where to go so we wandered round the streets for a while and then jumped on a tram and rode it to the other end of the island then walked back. The trams are really skinny compared to what we are used to!! We then took the ferry back across again to Kowloon and walked past all the fancy expensive shops. It was crazy because outside each one was a queue ...
... off, and sitting huddled under branches, looking out at the wet fronds around them. The pure white myna birds did not seem to notice the pouring rain, and chatted, flitted about and nibbled on mango just like it were any other day.
Once we were sufficiently soaked through and had seen enough bird species to feel satisfied, we headed out to meet an old college friend (and fellow swimmer) of mine, Larry. He is living in Hong ...