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I Traveled From Delhi To Hong Kong On 8Th June Morning Via Cathay
Pacific Airways.We Were 157 In A Group.It Was Organized By Macloid And
Cox And Kings.Hong Kong Airport Has Free Wi-fi Service.That's A Good
Service For Travelers.From There,We Traveled In A Bus To The Port Where
Cruise Ship Was Waiting For Us.Around 3 Pm The Ship Started.There Were SO Big Buildings.I Really Wished To See Them From Inside.When We Reached Our Ship, We Weren't
Feeling We Are In A ...
... the Zoological and botanical gardens, city park and Victoria Harbour. The weather was absolutely miserable but we figured should see at least something at the peak. There were no queues which I found a bit ominous but still continued up to the tram station. To get to the top there is a tram which goes up the side of the mountain, it is so steep that it feels like you are in cable car. We both loved that part. Once at the top there was a shopping mall which is ...
When I arrived in Hong Kong airport this morning and couldn't find my uncle Gary for about half an hour, I was over the moon to know that I was safe in this airport, it was calm and relaxed and no one stared at me like I'm an alien. I was well and truly back to civilisation. No one hassled me and I was left completely alone, in peace and quiet. Unfortunately I didn't manage to sleep on the plane so I basically did an ...
... past eight. The ship is actually moored at Kowloon which is across the river from central Hong Kong and so we needed first to drive through one of three tunnels under the river.
The first stop was Victoria Peak which is 1305 feet above sea level and affords a 360 degree panoramic view of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories. We were lucky because the weather has been bad for a few days and yesterday visibility at the peak was zero. ...
... were not completely alone. Echoing below the forest's canopy was the sounds of Hong Kong's night life. Crickets and frogs became the soundtrack for our hike combined with the light that reflected off of the clouds above provided for a surreal experience. With a twist here and a turn there we happened upon a giant rock aimed at the tall buildings before us. We sat here in complete silence and watch the Symphony of Lights show. I know what you are thinking - I am ...
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