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Hong Kong

Hong Kong

overcast 17 °C

The next day we got a flight to Hong Kong. We checked into our hotel and found out the room was tiny. It was quite chlosterphobic in there and Ro's leg didn't fit in th bed when he slept lol.

We went to Temple Street Mrket that night hich sold lots of different souveniers, food and clothes.

The next day we worked out how to use the metro and went to Latau Island - we went to see the big bronze buddha by cabe car - it was a nice clear day so we had amazing views of the airport and the whole Island frm the cable cars.

We also took the bus to Stanley Market and we bought some calligraphy artwork with our names in Cantonese written on it which looked really good. We then went to Repulse Bay which was an amazing beach and we then took a boat to see the jumo restaurant - a massive restaurant floating in the water.

The next day we went to Harbour View - the locaton where U.K did the handover to China so China owned Hong Kong. We went to see the Man Mo temple and then found an indian restaurant for dinner. That night we went to see the Symphony of lights show - the show was amazing and the views were really beautiful. We met some little chinese girls on the boat (around 7 years old) who kept talking to us and saying they really wanted to come to the UK and then they sang a song for us in Cantonese.

We went to Victoria Harbour the next day - the views were great but it was very cold that day. We then went to see horse racing. We bet on the horses and won on the first race and then we kept losing but it was really fun.

The next day we met up with our group for our China tour and went for a group dinner with them.

Posted by rohitnisha 07:52 Archived in Hong Kong Tagged air_travel

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