We all headed to Ocean Park for the day and really enjoyed it. Many of the shops in Hong Kong have Australian Products like wine and honey on their shelves. I didn’t expect to see a little bit of St Kilda in one of their biggest theme parks.
I came across a sign while I was there that said “Sea Jelly Spectacular”. Now I’ve seen jelly fish before and spectacular is not a word that I would usually use to describe them. Let me just say that I was quite amazed with what I saw when I walked inside! These strange creatures were quite mesmerising, like a living art form. Have a look at the next few photos.
Hong Kong is buzzing with people. The roads are busy, the footpaths are busy and the railway network, the MTR, is bustling with people. I was lucky here that I could actually raise my camera. I’ve just hopped off a train I had no hope of raising my arms in, it was absolutely packed – Indian style.
This is the clock tower only a hundred or so meters from our accommodation. It’s a landmark in Kowloon that dates back to 1915.