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... languages. We waited, after a while it rang. It said not to alarm you there is an issue in the hotel, do not use the lifts. It was so scary, we had no idea what was happening. We went down the stairs, I (Ava) was panicking. She was running fast down the stairs. When we were at the bottom, a hotel staff lady tried to calm Ava down, she gave us water and bananas and an apple. I (Jack) got a headache.
After the ...
... area. We walked into a kind of indoor market. People everywhere, various stalls, phones, clothes, currency and Indian men selling their curries. The curry smell was amazing. David got the "suit sir, nice suit for you?" and several people wanted to show us where we were staying. We were prepared, B block, 16th floor. There was a queue for the lift and an alarm sounded if it was overloaded.
We went to the reception where we were checked in by ...
... Still, it was great fun being there. If the Manawatu Raceway had even a fifth of the crowd that were there at only one meeting in a year, they'd be rolling in it. And this was just a regular Sunday, nothing special.
The trip was soured slightly by our failure to get the visas sorted first shot, but then this is China, and seems that that's normal. Apart from that, we had a great time, stayed in a brilliant location and now have another place to go for a great long ...
... down pours happening so quite dramatic. Caught trolley tram to north point and caught ferry across to our hotel. Thought we might be able to go to the pool but it was closed due to the weather. Rested for a while then we walked down to town to watch the dragon races. Saw Aussies come first in one heat and second in another. Went across to the Shangri La tapas bar for a few nibbles and wines, but they had a guest chef from Greece so tapas ...
... of meeting our beautiful little niece for the first time was too hard to resist. So with heavy hearts, we caught our last Hong Kong cab to the airport and prepared ourselves to the baggage limit tests! After a stern talking to and us whole-heartedly promising that we would never ever dream of going over our baggage allowance again, the kind man took pity on us and wished us well on the rest of our ...