Waiting to get off the ship. You'd think we love waiting in lines as much as we have to do it.
Here's a high-speed ferry returning to Hong Kong. Unfortunately, we were on the slow-speed ones.
Trash lady in Hong Kong.
Invisible steering wheel!
One of the business streets in Wan Chai.
A Nissan Skyline driving through Wan Chai.
Some typical Wan Chai scenery, lol
Cab ride through the tunnel to Kowloon
Looking down a sidestreet in Kowloon
Wet Paint! It wasn't wet anymore but the sign remains.
A small section of the Ladies Market in Kowloon.
One of the hundreds of strange posters all over Kowloon.
A large banyan tree in Kowloon.
Just a random selection of signs to be found in Kowloon.
More signs in Kowloon.
I don't know what Club PP is, but if she's gonna be there, I wanna watch! lol
One of many Circle K's in Hong Kong
Fenwick Pier ... where we get dropped off and return to the ship from.
A ferry passing in front of the new section of Kowloon ... apparently trying to compete with Wan Chai across the bay.
The International Finance Center building. It looks like a giant nose-hair trimmer with the spires on top but still a beautiful building
The IFC building from a different angle.
This has to be the skinniest trolley I have ever seen. It's a double-decker and 2 fit in a normal traffic lane, going in opposite directions. I hope there aren't any sharp turns on the route or they'd flop right over.
My lunch from McCafe. A large Moccachino and some Black Forest cake. As advertised, the sugar was even added to look like an "M". It was delicious too.
Either this is a short bus or I'm a tall passenger.
Anti-smoking propaganda on a wall at Stanley Market. Hooked. get it?
Typical view of Stanley Market.
Here I am on the Peak Tram, on my way up to Victoria Peak. Look at the angle of the tram compared to the angle of the buildings outside.
Surfing Jeepin.com from an internet cafe at Victoria Peak.
Slight zoom on downtown HK with Kowloon in the background.