The next morning we were awakened to the bells of the school that was located right in front of our hotel. We were pretty high up in the building, so we could look down at the students changing classes or breaking for lunch. We decided to take the train to Hong Kong island–the real business district of Hong Kong. We rode the train, and then a bus (which would only accept EXACT change) to the city centre. The maze of the streets and tall buildings made Hong Kong a never-ending struggle to get around. That night we took a tour to Victoria’s Peak for a night view of the city below. We also ate on the Jumbo, a boat with a restaurant, one of Asia’s finest and most famous. After seeing the night view, we returned to our hotel to plan our next day.