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... note: Sky Scrapers in Hong Kong make The Bow look like the premature baby brother.*
We walked what felt like the financial walk of death, up to the desk and Ben, enquired yet again if a same day visa was possible today. By this time it was 11am, and I thought it was a complete shot in the dark, but if we have learned anything thus far, it would be to ask, and ask and ask again until you are sure you are receiving ...
... ascent until (how sad) there was a traffic holdup due to rush hour at the bottom. We stayed on the bus until we reached the ferry terminals where the ferries that took people over from the Hong Kong Island to the Kowloon peninsula were.
The second ‘must do’ was to see the lights of the ‘Central’ part of business district of Hong Kong island from Kowloon, so over we went in day light to check out a few things before it got ...
... to Lantau island - Big buddha, Tai O
A train from Central will take you to the cable car terminal onto Lantau Island in about 30-40 minutes. (It is also the train to Hong Kong Disneyland so it is rammed with small children, so be prepared!)
We had hoped to get the cable car, but the ticketing system was extremely disorganised and the wait 2 hours long, so we decided to catch the bus instead which was only slightly less painfully organised but was only $35 ...
... incense, flowers and food. A woman left an offering of what looked to me like a frozen dinner still in the box. One of the shops sells sticks of incense, some of which are the size of baseball bats. The whole area is filled with sweet smelling smoke. Scattered around the grounds are dozens of dogs, all of which were sleeping in the sun. They wore collars so we don't know how wild they were, if at all. But they seemed to be living a very Buddhist life ...
... stood outside waiting for a taxi to take us back when we saw a man dragging a young girl across the street by her neck. I was appalled. My feminist instinct kicked in along with another girl and we shouted to him and to her to tell her to run because she was screaming. No one so much as battered an eye lid. We ran across to the pair when this big American guy said to leave it because that is normal here and if we caused ...