Please help me understand the preposition 'in' in this sentence
Over the next three nights we will be based here in icy Harbin and way down south in tropical Hong Kong exploring how the Chinese experience the most important festival in their calendar.
I have problem understranding the second 'in'. Can you guys help me with it?
Does the sentence suggest that they will travel from Harbin all the way south to Hong Kong? I thought that I had to use 'to', instead of 'in', to describe a movement, as in 'we will be based here in icy Harbin and way down south to Hong Kong ...'.
Or does the sentence suggest that they will visit Harbin first and then Hong Kong?(in Harbin first and then in Hong Kong)
Plus, does 'way down south' suggest a movement or just a position?