Tsuen Wan (Hakka Village), Cheung Sha Wan and Temple Street.
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We got up at 8.30 a.m., went to the Mc Cafe’ which is located in Peking Road for breakfast, caught the underground at Tsim Sha Tsui station to Tsuen Wan. There, we visited the Hakka village at the Sam Tung Uk Museum that was free of charge.
Afterwards, we walked for a while around Tsuen Wan. After that, we caught the MTR again to Cheung Sha Wan stop. We ate at a Dim Sum place called Wah Hing Dim Sum King just few steps far from the MTR station in Tonkin Street 37-31. It was really challenging to have our lunch in a place claimed to be a Dim Sum King place! Very good indeed, a tasty experience in a place where westerners are very, very rare.
Then, we walked to Lei Cheung Uk Han Tomb Museum. It was closed, so we made our minds up to come back in the next days.
After that, we went to the Han Garden, beside the Tomb, for a rest.
We came back home for a rest, once again. That was the first day in which the temperature was not so high. It was bending from 16 to 21 degrees. At about 7 p.m. we went down to Salim’s internet point in order to download some videos from our phone and email our daily report.
After that, we went out to go to Temple Street. After having visited the marketplace, we moved to Shanghai Street to visit another row of the same market, and then walked over Bowring Street market. Afterwards, we came back, walking to Jordan Station and then turning Nathan Road. We came back home at 10.30 p.m..