Of course you cant go to Hong Kong without seeing the city lights on the harbour (unless you are my sister and missed them all together when she visited a few weeks earlier- I really dont know how you could miss them but it might have something to do with staying on Hong Kong island side and not needing to go across the harbour perhaps) Anyway I enjoyed a brisk walk down from the hotel, across the bridge and down the Avenue of Stars to go see the bright lights.
An assortment of flotilla kept the scene interesting, I liked the red lights on the sails of the sampan(?) but numerous ferries and boats made the passing parade quite festive.
Of the statues of movies stars- Hong Kong variety- I only recognised two - Bruce Lee and Jet Li, other than that I had no idea who the local celebrities were.
Also found the nightlife and lights of Nathan street interesting. Still busy at ten o'clock at night. Not far away were the Temple Street night markets. I must be a really boring shopper because I once again didn't buy a thing here (mainly rubbish in my eyes) but still fun to have a sticky beak through and the surrounding streets were interesting.
This fascinated me... fresh crabs and shell fish in buckets live ready to be prepared and eaten on request... I suppose you dont get much fresher than that. Once again I got told no photos *but after I already had taken)
The likely suspect tourists, doing the touristy thing and taking photos of themselves in front of every inanimate object to be found
I liked the door knob.... made for some serious rapping...now if I found one of these in market I would have bought one.
And to finish off a bit of street food