Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Minzhi
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... They are all still in the main draw, all of which have close to 128 men. I went for a swim in the pool after Kathy's match and before Johnny's, swam 20 lengths just to get my heart rate up a bit without the pounding in a court. In the afternoon, Kathy and Susan Schenk (Orangeville) and I took the number 40 bus to Stanley which is a town on the south shore of Hong Kong Island. It is famous for its market, beach, and restaurants. We had such a great ...
... the sun did not shine we got a great view of the city and in the other direction the South China Sea and coast. It was possible to see the ship in the distance. As well as the view there was a restaurant at the top, some shops and a tram station.
The peak is normally accessed by the tram but this is the route we took down. The tram is actually a funicular railway, is said to be the steepest in the world and has been running without an accident since ...
... costing tens of thousands of HK$. I spent a few minutes exchanging hellos with a beautiful parrot. Owners of birds bought from the market often bring them back in their beautiful bamboo cages as if to see their old friends. As well as the birds there was everything a devoted bird owner would ever need to take care of their feathered friend. The most surprising of which were the live crickets, bugs, worms and ants, quality bird food yum yum.
From there we move on to ...
... in a bag ready to take home. There must have been at least 50 odd shops like this along with a fish market around the corner where you could go in and pick whichever live fish you wanted and they would kill it and prepare it ready for you to take home and cook.
The street parallel was a market so i wandered through the market but it was just selling all the usual tat which i had no interest in, from here i had a 1.5 mile walk back to the hostel.
Once back ...
... confirm the exact length of rail pass we'd need. With few other options at that time we headed on the MTR to the south viewing area on Kowloon to catch the impressive light and sound show of the skyscrapers on Hong Kong island. After this we started walking back until it began to rain and we ducked inside McDonald's (for a McFlurry!) before hopping on the MTR back to the guesthouse. Stayed at Oi Suen Guesthouse, Kowloon, Hong Kong [T&J Rating: ...