Vienna Hotel (Shenzhen Huasha)
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Hi from Hong Kong.
We haven't been up to anything super different recently so instead I'm going to tell you a bit about Hong Kong home life, because it's a constant source of interest.
Hong Kong has just been "awarded" for the fifth year in a row the status of the least affordable major metropolitan area, according to the Demographia International Housing Affordability Survery, which uses a price-to-income ratio to tell you that ...
Pick up for tour is 8.50 the tour visited the main attractions of Hong Kong Island. First will start by taking the Peak tram up to Victoria Peak to get a panoramic view of the territory. Than it's off to the Southern parts of the Island, passing by Repulse Bay and stopping at Stanley Market, where you ...
... is said to be famous for its wide selection of herbal medicine.
We didnīt also leave out the Hollywood Road and the nearby Upper Lascar Road, (often referred to as “Cat Street”) that are famous for their curio and antique shops. Then we passed by the Man Mo Temple, one of the first traditional-style temples built during the colonial era.
After a short coffee break we hopped on the worldīs longest covered escalator which links Des Voeux Road ...
... posters of victorian britains in the queueing area do nothing for you overall confidence that it's ever going to make it to the top. It finally eads you out to a giant anvil shaped building with a 360 degree viewing platform at the top. It takes 9 internal escalators to get to it, and due to some fantastic marketing leads you past several tourist **** shops, half a dozen restaurants, and some clothing shops selling jumpers to people who came up in t-shirts because ...
... 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. ...