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... metro stairs. By this time June and I had only 3/4 hour to walk around the park, so we decided to take the sky shuttle ride after depositing the bags in a cloak room to see the park.
Just in time to meet everyone at 3:30 pm. back at the exit to board the trains once more to head for the ferry terminal. David's choice to go by water into Hong Kong this time. I had wondered why we hadn't seen hoards of people ...
... surrounding peaks. He also said I was lucky because I was pretty and tall...... Flirt.
At 5' 4" only in China could I be tall.
As it got dark we ran to catch the lady we'd bought the incense from because Kai Wah needed to hand back the papers and items, items and papers so that they could be burned to finish the ritual. We did it!
Passing a newspaper stall where people were queuing to meet the most famous cat in Hong Kong ...
... long bus
ride to Ngong Ping to see the famous Giant bronze Buddha. The bus ride took us to the top of the
island through windy roads and sharp turns. There is a small village once you get to the top and you can
take a cable car ride from the top of this mountain across to the next
peak. The view from up here was
After climbing many steps to reach the Big Buddha, ...
... going down down down and still down the steps (no we didn't count) we decided we needed to increase our wisdom, and therefore needed to walk Buddhas path of wisdom. We are walking quietly through the forest when we heard something come crashing through the trees, after a slight :o initial panic, a giant bull came into sight munching away on some leaves. Quite a handsome fellow. The rest of the walk was incident free, although we did need to keep an eye ...
... as far as Soho where we got off and went in search of our lunch. We found a nice Vietnamese restaurant and ordered the set menu which was delicious. After lunch we took the rest of the escalators in search of the Peak Tram stop. As Cards is now well versed in our travel blog and the troubles we have had getting lost, it should not have come at any surprise to her that we did indeed lose our way in trying to find the Peak Tram stop. After deciding to cut our losses and ...