Last night in this mesmerising city and we'll be sad to leave.
We certainly fell on our feet with electing to stay in Kowloon as not only is it markedly cheaper, but the location is fabulous. Minutes from the harbour and that breathtaking view of Hong Kong Central, plus all the museum you can wish for.
Nine days is nowhere near enough to take it all in and so we're just going to have to come back. That's not a hardship, merely a reflection on our economic situation, but we're going to have to save up for the return trip, hopefully some time next year.
In the meantime, our journey continues and we head for Macau tomorrow. It's not going to be any cheaper there, indeed, the Hong Kongers go there for the weekend and prices go through the roof, but during the week we should be OK.
At least our next hotel will be en suite. :o)
We'll be back briefly tomorrow morning before packing up and taking the ferry down to Macau, which is about a hour's cruise away. It promises to be completely different to what we've become used during our trip through Asia. With a Portuguese influence we're expecting a far more European atmosphere, complete with equally poor weather. The forecast is just about 20 C and raining.
Oh well, it beats Monday in the office...