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Today we walked down to the Star Ferry and went across to Hong Kong Island. It was a great ferry ride and only about 20 minutes.
It's a cracking 35 degrees and we felt it.
We jumped on the hop on hop off bus. I honestly didn't think too highly of it. I found it a little boring. There is no real major attractions on the Red line- only the tram to the Peak. Which we ...
... Bubble Tea and fish balls nomnomnom! We spent several hours that afternoon at the market and the sun had already began to set after we ate our snack. We were all shopped out by then and wanted to rest so we headed back. There is so much good food, but the heat decreases my appetite so much! =(. I guess that’s a good thing so I don’t get fat.
-- Ryan L.
... making our way through the park, we got to the terminal to find a 2 and a half hour queue!!! We decided that as good as the view would be, it was not worth wasting out final afternoon in HK for it! Following the failed trip to the peak, we tried to find the Michelin star restaurant - Tim Ho Wan. We walked adoring for ages, getting extremely lost, frustrated and hungry and decided to get a cab! The taxi driver was great and could speak reasonably good English and took us to ...
... to eat our lunch out of the rain. We made our way back towards our hotel, picking up Wendy's laundry and stopping at the local market stalls to buy fresh fruit. Later that evening, we headed back towards the financial district to a Vietnamese restaurant where we had beef pho. It was delicious - the cook was Vietnamese, not Chinese. We finished the meal off with an all time favourite, Vietnamese coffee before heading back to the hotel for the ...
... at the ready for a while I was ready for my next site. Avenue of the Stars was next on the list, situated along the harbour side lies a three hundred metre stretch where every local theatre/movie star has an LA style handprint along the avenue, with the biggest stars such as Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan getting dedicated statues. In all the guide books this is a must see, sadly it doesn't really live up to this. My day was coming to an end after this, grabbing the ...