After Dim Sum we went to took a tram up to The Peak. It's a great little shopping area up in the mountain with a fantastic view of the city.
We attempted to do the famous escalators after that. They are these outdoor escalators that go for miles, but we didn't realize they only go "up" which is actually South. We tried to start at the south end and make our way "down" or North toward the Pier but after the taxi dropped us off we realized our mistake. So, we just walked down the stairs next to the escalators and checked out the various streets, markets, shops, and restaurants.
We finally made it to the Pier and took a ferry over to Kowloon where Cassandra had a reservation on this really old style boat.
While she took her sunset boat ride Jacque and I walked around Kowloon and checked out places for dinner. We ended up all meeting back and having dinner at this Irish pub, delicious!
Stanley Market. Such a fantastic mix of traditional Chinese culture and trendy worldly fashion. You can find everything there! I got a "Dolce & Gabbana" purse that's suuuper sweet aside from the tiny tiny tiny "Dolge" instead of Dolce hahaha. We also all got some paintings of Hong Kong. They're these really vibrant colors on Canvas and I can't wait to frame and hang them when I get home!
After Stanley Market it was off to the airport and time to say goodbye to HK =(
Somehow this is the only picture I took in Stanley Market lol...the guy wouldn't let me take a picture of my Croque Monsieur through the Deli window with the sign so I made my own =)