All good things must come to an end

Today is our last day in Hong Kong. Like all holidays it is met with mixed emotions – oh no, back to routine and work and yay, back to the animals and my comfy bed.

Typical Hong Kong - people everywhere and loads of street signs

Typical Hong Kong – people everywhere and loads of street signs

We’ve had a wonderful time in Hong Kong retracing our steps from 12 years ago when we lived here.

Hong Kong Flower Market was always amazing with flowers flown in from all around the world

Hong Kong Flower Market was always amazing with flowers flown in from all around the world

The Peak Tram celebrating 126 years!

The Peak Tram celebrating 126 years!

It’s been fun showing our daughter (who was born in Hong Kong) around a city we know so well. Yet we don’t belong here any more.

Hi Rise as far as the eye an see

Hi Rise as far as the eye an see

Hong Kong changes at lightning speed so 12 years later there are big changes.

Tai O Fishing Village - a walk back in time

Tai O Fishing Village – a walk back in time

There are so many more people here now (7 million apparently), the harbour has shrunk with the never ending search for more land and reclaiming the harbour and of course more buildings, train lines and endless shops.

The Peninsula Hotel

The Peninsula Hotel

Hong Kong Harbour by night

Hong Kong Harbour by night

I’m so glad we returned to see it again and the changes that have occurred in the past 12 years.

Disneyland Hong Kong

Disneyland Hong Kong

But time to get back to our life.

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