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Out and About in Hong Kong

The Peak mid day.

The Peak at dusk.

The Peak at night.

The Peak tram.

The Western Market, an Edwardian-style building originally called the Harbour Office, was built in 1906 and later became a food market before closing in 1988. Two years later, it was declared a historical monument, renovated and then re-opened as the Western Market in 1991. There’s a great bakery inside!


When on Hong Kong Island, the trolley is by far the cheapest and most interesting way to get around.

Street sights like this are common. You can’t turn right onto Nelson Street. So you had better turn the next right, left, right, right, right, left and left…and you’ll be there! Errr…we’ll stick to the subway or the trolley!

The Chi Lin Nunnery (Buddhist Nunnery) is new in Hong Kong. Most of the buildings are made of imported Canadian cedar. The Nan Lian Park across the street provides an oasis from bustling Hong Kong…unless you go on a Sunday afternoon. Oops.

Nan Lain Park

The Chi Lin Nunnery

Every evening at 8pm the Hong Kong skyline puts on a ten minute “Symphony of Lights”.

After being in Hong Kong for a while, we can have sensory overload. It’s such a small place with so many people and neon signs!

Sensory overload indeed! Can someone point me to a quiet forest?

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