True to the reference of friends, word of mouth and the many guide books,this city never sleeps. Trams, express trains, buses, ferries and automobiles are all lifeline of the city. Buildings and landmarks are connected by labyrinth of walkways and tunnels which makes it easier to navigate around and escape the chilly weather at this time.The excellent and cleverly layout transport system in this ultra compact, tightly packed city makes it so accessible to move about among the two islands, Hong Kong and Kowloon. It takes a good pair of walking shoes and stamina ( ..and a BIG credit card for the retail addicts!!) to keep up with this fast city. After a few days in this city of colourful nightlife, inhaling the salty air, listening to the sounds of Hong Kong chaos and the sights of being one of the millions crammed in one small place, I’m so glad to be home.
A vacation away from home is good for the mind and soul especially with the one you love, but nothing, nothing beats peaceful home……..
Hong Kong lights from the Peak