Kwun Tong Ferry

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List Of Mountains, Peaks And Hills In Hong Kong - Highest Peaks of Hong Kong
... Lantau North Country Park Eastern Lantau Island 10= Wo Tong Gong 702 Tai Mo Shan Country Park Centre New Territories 10= Ma On Shan 702 Ma On Shan Country Park Eastern New Territories 12 The Hunch Backs 677 Ma On ... Sin Leng Country Park Northeastern New Territories 33 Kwun Yum Shan 546 Tai Mo Shan Country Park Centre New Territories 34 Tung Shan 544 Ma On Shan Country Park Eastern Kowloon 35 Chung Li ... Tai Tam Country Park on Hong Kong Island 73 Kwun Yam Shan 434 on Lantau Island 74 Violet Hill (Tsz Lo Lan Shan) 433 on Hong Kong Island 75 Jardine's Lookout 433 on Hong Kong Island named for British ...
Kwun Tong Pier - Buses
... Kwun Tong Pier hosts a Kowloon Motor Bus Company bus terminus ... The terminus is known as Kwun Tong Ferry ... The following routes terminate at this bus terminus 11D Kwun Tong Ferry ↔ Lok Fu 23 Kwun Tong Ferry ↔ Shun Lee (Circular) 28A Kwun Tong Ferry ↔ Lok Wah Estate (Only during peak periods) 74A ...
Choi Hung Estate - Transport - Franchised Buses
... Route Number Destinations Choi Hung Bus Terminus KMB 3D/3M/3P Tsz Wan Shan 5 Star Ferry KMB and NWFB 113 Kennedy Town (via Central) Citybus E23 Airport (via Tung Chung) E23P Airport Choi ...
Kwun Tong Ferry Bus Terminus - Bus Routes
... Fare 11D Lok Fu Bus Terminus 樂富總站 Kwun Tong Ferry Bus Terminus 觀塘碼頭 $3.2 $4.4 15A Ping Tin Bus Terminus 平田 Tsz Wan Shan (North) Bus Terminus ...
Kwun Tong Ferry Bus Terminus
... Kwun Tong Ferry Bus Terminus is a major bus terminus in Hong Kong, and also the largest bus terminus in Kowloon ... It is located at Kwun Tong Ferry Pier, Kwun Tong ...

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    John Brown and Giuseppe Garibaldi were contemporaries not solely in the matter of time; their endeavors as liberators link their names where other likeness is absent; and the peaks of their careers were reached almost simultaneously: the Harper’s Ferry Raid occurred in 1859, the raid on Sicily in the following year. Both events, however differing in character, were equally quixotic.
    John Cournos (1881–1956)