The iconic Mariners Club in Hong Kong, an old "haunted" house on Cheung Chau and the somewhat rare sight of an empty MTR Train
We are very big on lucky numbers here, 1898 roughly translates to certain wealth, long life and wealth. If you look carefully at brand advertising, shop signs etc for top brands it is amazing how many of them were established in the 1860's, 1880's and 1890's! - retailers in Hong Kong are pretty smart, preying on superstitions... it works.
The Mariners Club has been in Hong Kong for 150 years, that is some history - I have been here many times over the years despite not being a member. The colour of the building and the history of the Mariners Club make it ideal for a photo essay.
If you spend a bit of time pottering around Cheung Chau Island you will come across a few old, decrepit houses which are clearly "haunted" makes for a good image.
...and this was taken mid morning, It is not often you see an empty MTR train and look how clean it is!!
That's 2 ladies manhandling the wooden door into the skip.
I have often thought that the Kowloon Hotel was on Middle Road and not the stated Nathan Road, certainly the front entrance is on Middle Road - I have a faint connection to this Hotel - arriving in Hong Kong in 1972 we stayed at the Merlin Hotel for a month, the Merlin Hotel was knocked down and replaced by the Kowloon Hotel.
2 reasons to visit Tung Chung
- the Citygate Outlet Mall
- the NP 360 Cable Car to the Giant Buddha
And surprisingly it does not take long to get there on the train
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