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Traveling through time and space & Doing timey wimy stuff.

My next stop was back to Hong Kong Island in traveling back in first ferry by the time of getting back it was just walking back along the Tsim Sha Tsui Streets… in which was almost evening as I got back orthough.. Boat journey seeming this time was quicker than going towards Cheung Chau….  looking back at the same off the place where Police constable –Wong Tai Mui- Grace Chan adventured to with fellow actor Tony Hung whom plays an actualization of the Pirate King Cheung Po Tsai whom own, patrolled the South China Seas…..

As I disembark the ferry, from the First Ferry terminal in making way for the MTR for back towards Tsim Sha Tsui… in which did fully in Austin road terminal for some dinner in some off street restaurant for some wonton noddle soup….

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My next day was onwards towards using the Hong Kong Trams in going for some exploration, in which they call Ding Ding’s in which the sound of the Trams bells makes, Ding Dings is not just a Zygon detector or a device that sense the presents of weeping Angels temporal residues throughout time and space.. In which the Hong Kong Double Decker Trams was established as the very first modes of public transport of Hong Kong Island over 110 years ago in which was establish proposed in 1881 then installed land on tracks on 1904 with a first fleet of 26 carriage trams in which was mostly built in the United Kingdom…

The modern Iconic Hong Kong Tram network today operates in between west to east coast of Hong Kong through Central, Admiralty… in between those two points in runs between on route between Kennedy Town, Western Market, Happy Valley, North Point, and Shau Kei Wan in which some of those routes do overlap each another…  in which that network is length wise is about thirteen Kilometres, of a total track length of thirty kilometers..

香港 #AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong- Adventuring without #TARDIS | Ding Dings - Hong Kong iconic Trams- Not just another word for a Zygon Detector...... Photographer @KevinJamesNg 2016

香港 #AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong- Adventuring without #TARDIS | Ding Dings – Hong Kong iconic Trams- Not just another word for a Zygon Detector…… Photographer @KevinJamesNg 2016

Going on the Double Decker Trams is relative easy, also it gives you a general unaided self-exploratory tour of Hong Kong Island to see the anthropologically feel of neighborhoods among the trams routes to see how place developed throughout urban- suburban designs also though sense of feel of the neighbourhood of people’s life as you look past by hand crafted window wooden frames…. Also its relative less expensive the simple ticket is relativity least three United States Dollars… In which you can payable in cash or by simply Octopus card by as you leave once on your chosen point of destinations…

As I was travelling on the tram in going westwards from taking the Central towards Kennedy town, alongside towards Sheung Wan, for some dry foods. In which Sheung Wan District has been noted for one of the best places of finding dried foods, along the western Des Voeux Road before Kennedy town..

As travelling in one, during that time even though viewing the neighbourhood also it’s people’s lives outside the hand crafted window wooden frames anthropologically, as well you can see that within inside the passengers whom boarded it from the rear door and exiting in the front of the tram….  As I boarded the tram it’s basically a living museum on the go, as I could see the historically relics that are still installed analogue, like the gears, the dials, the foot pressed bell, that became so Iconic that rang Ding, Ding signalling its way the once wooden bench chair seats are now replace with retrofitted plastic vacuum form ones that looks like it’s dated back from the 1970’s..  From those days, Hong Kong Trams comes in all forms of advertising liveries… in which makes them distinguishing individualistic from the rest also in brightens up the neighbourhood as they go…

Continues…….

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