For our last full day in Hong Kong we decided to take it kinda easy and hit one of the larger markets- Stanley Market. Getting there was really fun! We took a ferry across to the Hong Kong side and caught a bus to Stanley Market. The buses they have on this route are double decker buses so we got a seat up top in the front row to get some good views along the way. I decided it was too stressful to try and take photos since there were trees blocking my view half the time so instead I just sat back and enjoyed the ride. All I can say is that it was a really pretty trip and gave us some views of the area we didn't have before.
After walking around the market and down by the water for a few hours we headed back into town for dinner. We decided to go for Shanghai style food for our last night which was good and gave Joe's Shanghai in NYC a run for the money (We still thought Joe's Shanghai was better.... imagine that.)
We were really lucky to have a hotel with free internet because that night we were able to look up our flight that was departing early in the morning and found out it was delayed ALL day. We decided to sleep in a while and head to Dim Sum again one last time before heading to the airport. We walked back to the Dim Sum restaurant we had eaten at a few days earlier since it was so good and really reasonably priced.
We were lucky enough to have Business Elite Seats open for our flight home... there is nothing quite like traveling in style. (or comfort... check out that leg room.) We were happy to have a direct flight back home to Detroit but I really enjoyed all of my time in Hong Kong. It was a beautiful city with nice people and really good food. All in all a fantastic trip!