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heck out any Hong Kong guidebook or website and you’ll probably find a long list of tourist attractions and experiences. It’s true that there’s a lot to do and see in the area.
The area has been extensively disturbed by mining and only the central circle has a large proportion of its stones in-situ, but this is because they were reset after the site was excavated by Raleigh-Radford in 1935-6.
Instead my two-day plan is one that looks good on paper…but the reality is that time flies when you’re traveling (getting lost, waiting in line, sidetracked by shopping/coffee break, etc).
Also, some of these destinations can easily take up a half-day or more (for example, Lantau Island or Pacific Place mall if you’re a shopper).
Dating to the early Bronze Age, the Hurlers lie in a remarkable ceremonial landscape of stone circles, stone rows, standing stones, cists and cairns.
A particular feature of the monuments in this area is their tendency to refer to significant tors and horizon features, especially the tor enclosure on Stowes Hill and the group of large barrows on Caradon Hill.
Public transportation is excellent too, enabling you to see a lot in a relatively short time.
Below is my “48 hours in Hong Kong” itinerary, hitting the best HK sights and experiences.
What’s more, this captivating and compelling destination can be discovered on a cruise.
Take a day trip to Marrakesh from the popular Moroccan beach resort of Agadir as part of the Thomson Cruises Colourful Coasts itinerary, which also calls in at the Canary Islands of Gran Canaria, La Palma, Madeira and Lanzarote.
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On the gentle south-facing slope of Minions Moor, a landscape heavily scarred by mining and quarrying, stand the three great stone circles known as the Hurlers.