Checking with the concierge, he assures me he will do his best to try and locate them. He also promises to keep an eye on my Rolls Royce while I am off to see Hong Kong after dark.
With my primary means of transportation gone, I have no choice but to hop back on that darn “Big Red Bus” if I want to have an efficient night time tour of Hong Kong.
I just better not return to The Peninsula and find that someone has put a dent or scratch on my “Baby”. Or worst yet, have taken it out for a spin.
Buildings that shined during the day from the beating sun now emit their own rays of light and sparkle under the night sky.
Off in the distance, an almost eyesore hangs over the city. A DHL balloon that for a fee can give you a bird's eye view of “Fragrant Harbor”. This reminds me, I should send dear uncle a package and thank you card for his generosity in allowing me to tour South East Asia, almost like a “Rock Star”.
I see one of my childhood idols, Bruce and then I am amazed at a small pair of hands.
I come back down to earth as I look across Victoria Harbor towards Hong Kong Island. One of the best free light shows you will ever see is happening right before my eyes as numerous building across the harbor display there luminescent talents.
Even without the comfort of my corn feed leather seats and imported maple-oak plywood dashboard, this is a sight definitely worth seeing.