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... are really interesting.
There are lots of people coming to worship and lighting incense sticks. Lots of big statues, beautiful gardens with topiary and fountains and ponds. Just a really interesting and peaceful place to wander around and observe the local culture. Lan met us there but we were waiting at different entries! While we were there and walking around we asked a few random people to take photos of the ...
... said to come back in 30 min. The other ride in Tomorrow Land I really wanted to go on was Buzz Lightyears Astro Blast. So we headed towards that.
We detoured for a bit because we saw Buzz Light Year going to take photos so we raced over to have a photo with him. He was pretty funny. From Buzz we continued to the ride line.There was no body in the line so we were able to board straight away. Buzz Astro Blasters is a ride where you get to shoot targets with ...
... br> After the show, we head back to the room, while Darelle has a shower, I update the blog.
We head to dinner in the dining room. Once again dinner is very nice.
After dinner we head to the theatre to see Meet The Fockers, as there is only a pianist in the show lounge.
By the time the movie finishes it is 10pm and time for bed.
A nice relaxing sea ...
... away we were there, and disembarking in a train station the seemed vastly more capacious than many of the small aiports I've flown from in Europe. We located the ticket office to attempt to buy tickets to HK, but...they had no more tickets to HK, or even Shenzhen, the city that is right next to HK and from which is it is easy to get to HK. PANIC!!
OK, no, we didn't panic exactly, but it was a far from ideal situation. There did however appear to be a lot ...
... shops in Causeway Bay before
catching the MTR to Central, the main city on the Island. We jumped off the
train and made our way trekked what seemed like Everest. The destination –
Essential Spa, where I had booked Susman and I a massage. After a 25 minute
walk/climb, we made it! I was sopping with sweat (beards in Hong Kong = error)
but ready to relax for an hour. Needless to say, I was less than excited when
the hostess advised it was ...