Hong Kong

View of the ships moored across the harbor at Kowloon as seen from our youth hostel on Hong Kong Island atop Mount Davis.

Typical busy roadway on Hong Kong Island. Double decker buses and trams are used here almost exclusively. It must shorten the lines of traffic. The streets are always busy and always clean.
The ferrys to Macau are constantly moving back and forth across the wide mouth of the Pearl River.. Here a water jet powered catamaran heads past the skyline of Kowloon which is part of the mainland area of Hong Kong.

An express way on Hong Kong Island with pedestrian walkways. The walkways connect most major buildings at the third level as well as to the street below. We stayed here on Hong Kong Island and spent much of our time on the double decker trams. We used the Star Ferry for our crossing to Kowloon most of the time. A shuttle bus transported us from Mount Davis to the tower building complex for the Macau Ferry.

Hong Kong is full of highly decorative office buildings. The all glass Lippo Bank building looks different from all sides. We will have a screen saver of these photographs for the lovers of glitzy building and skylines soon. We have a ScreenSaver available for those who appreciate Architecture; engineering, glitzy buildings & beautiful skylines.

Night view if the Hong Kong skyline as viewed from Queen Victoria's Peak. We took a cable car up the steep mountain to the Peak Restaurant for dinner and the view. This photo is taken along Victoria's walk, which goes from the Peak Restaurant along the top of the mountain. The views are delightful. This was the only clear night here during our entire stay. The next day we left for Bangkok and might have missed this photo.
Fred & Melody Squires
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