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May 6 and 7, 2014 Guilin to Guangzhou, Zhongshan, and then Zhongshan to Zuhai and Macau
Got up not too early for breakfast and a flight to Guangzhou. On the way to the airport, Summer was pointing out various things (my favourites were Fu Bau hill, which I heard as Football hill, and thought that was fine, because it was shaped like a football. But no, it referred to a famous general). I also liked that the hills behind Guilin were referred to as Folded ...
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We crossed the street and went into the Venetian, which from the outside looks very similar to the Vegas Venetian, but about twice the size. We wandered through the casino and along the canal, listening to the gondoliers singing to their passengers....just like in Vegas. When we found St. Mark's Square, we decided to have a beer and regroup, since this casino deal is turning into a bust. So we hopped in a cab and asked to be ...
... making in Suzhou and tripping the light fantastic in Shanghai!
Away we go...come along all you armchair travelers! Pour yourself some green tea (oh, so healthy!) and let's travel the world again. Make that black tea, though, because right now I’m in Hong Kong and it’s oolong black tea here. The only green tea I’ve seen is in gelato. This is a city that has its feet in China and its global head for sure! Gelato, Armani, ...
... emerged from the arcade into the sunshine of Hong Kong a little poorer and fatter apparently.
Saturday night I had booked a table at the Lookout restaurant on the Peak. This used to be known as the Peak Café a place I had visited every time I was in Hong Kong it has the best views of the back of the island off the terrace, when the weather is clear of course. I have an apron which I still use when cooking purchased from the Peak Café in 1994, I have only ever ...
... It put my chopsticking skills to the test! I think they were quite amused but eventually a fork mercifully appeared. The girl sitting next to me was kind enough to help me out by serving each item of the different foods onto my plate. Everything they ordered was delicious except for the two complimentary desserts at the end given to us which were sweetened bean curd - very squishy, and something else that was like sweet chili with ...
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