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Our journey ends in Hong Kong, but with a BANG!

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We stayed about 4 days in Hong Kong and we had a lot of fun. We went to Victoria Peak (by bus it was MUCH more scenic than the famous Peak Tram, which we took on the way down), had an hour long stroll on Lugard Road which goes around the mountain peak and has some impressive views. That night we went to Kowloon to see the Festival of Lights, a light that takes place every night on both sides on the Hong Kong Harbour. We had a terrific spot to watch it from the Avenue of the Stars, the HK equivalent of Hollywood Boulevard, but on the water. The next day, we had a relaxing day at the beach at Repulse Bay, just 25 minutes from HK Central, using the super-efficient bus system. The last day, we did what 99% of the tourists do in HK: shopping. We went to the Ladies Market in Kowloon, and we spend the last dinner in Soho, the new cool happening neighborhood in the mid-levels (and we finally got to take the tram). And the next day, unfortunately, it was time to take a plane back to New York. Oscar is going to miss the view from our hotel room... in fact, we are all going to miss something about Asia...


Posted by AlainJacq 17:17 Archived in Hong Kong

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