|The view of Hong Kong from the top of Mount Victoria. I walked down, several different paths on the way down the hill. It was really relaxing.
|A busy street in Hong Kong. I found the people a little impolite, but since I used to work in Chinatown in Manchester, I was more than used to their culture. I found the pace of life in this city to be exhilarating.
|A forecourt in the banking sector, where people could sit and watch television. You can see Yasser Arafat here, as It was reported he wasn’t well (he has since died).
|On the star ferry, travelling to Hong Kong Island (I stayed at the Marco Polo Hong Kong hotel, in Kowloon Harbour.
|One of the original trams, That still run in Hong Kong.
|A waterfall, in the beautiful Hong Kong park. It even has a zoo.
|Bank of China tower, one off the newest and grandest buildings in Hong Kong.
|I found the place to be very status orientated and flash. As I passed a jewellers shop, I was 2 mobile phones, one made of gold, and the other platinum. The gold phone, cost the equivalent of £35000 !.
|This was a brilliantly drawn picture on the side of a building, which caught my eye.
|The two Lippo towers. I personally thought they were the best looking architecture on the Island.
|The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) Head office, designed in 1984 by Sir Norman Foster.
|The modern building is located on the same site as the original, and has a Lion on each side of the entrance. When the Japanese invaded Hong Kong they actually used the Lions for target practice, and you can still see the bullet holes.
|In the Hong Kong Zoo, I was an amazing underwater plant which has leaves the same shape as bowls (Victoria cruziana).
More than 20 inches in diameter, a small child can sit on one, and it will float.
|A cave like walkway in the Hong Kong Park. You can probably guess that I like the park, I spent quite a lot of time there.
|The original governors mansion, in the middle of the banking sector.
|The entrance to Kowloon park, which was just near my hotel.
|This is a public swimming pool, in the centre of Kowloon park. I could hardly believe how clear the water was.
|I was getting a drink in Hong Kong Airport. A few girls came up to me, and asked me for directions. One of them is Miss South Africa, who agreed to pose for a picture.