Cheung Chau B & B
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... I had some amazing beach days, attempting to surf (but I have to admit that the super fast closing out waves in BWB are just way above my ability), body boarding (it's not as much fun as surfing waves that match your ability, but for difficult waves it's more fun! :D), and I met some pretty awesome people on the beach. I also finally decided to try out the HK clubbing scene for once. I dont know why, but I just couldn't put in the effort to go ...
... a San pan which took us on a tour around this fishing village, surrounded by high rise towers. It was pretty scenic with hundreds of Chinese fishing junks and San pans, many of which have people living on them,luxury boats and yachts, and the famous jumbo floating Chinese seafood restaurant. Took a heap of pics, but after reading a fair bit on trip advisor, decided not to hop off and check out the jumbo. Once back on land, we caught the bus again ...
... through customs and traffic to the hotel, but it is a holiday here today for the anniversary of the defeat of Japan by China and as such we walked straight through customs to the waiting car and drove straight through to Kowloon with hardly any stops.. I passed the docks and fortuitously watched a OOCL vessel coming into the bay. Over the bridge and pass the towering apartment blocks and into neon city. The ...
... dumpling. Sounds great, right? Not so much! Although the noodles were yummy, I wasn't a fan of the spring rolls and the dumpling, I can't even explain. Chloe had some strange sweet and sour thing, which she couldn't eat, and Danny had a strange curry thing, which he also couldn't eat. So all in all, it was an experience! A few souvenirs were purchased, and then it was back to the bus! We wanted to head to a beach after that, but decided we ...
... diverse butterfly population in Hong Kong.
On the ride down on the Peak Tram, we tried to perfect our "Superman" pose in the railcar, using gravity to stand at angles to show how steep it is.
Back to our oasis at poolside for lunch and a cool-down!
We grabbed dinner at one of Krissie and my favorite Italian restaurants - Grappas - in Pacific Place attached to the hotel. ...