Naza International Youth Hostel
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... from Shanghai). Apparently in an effort to reduce traffic congestion, they have introduced a monthly auction for approx. 80,000 new car licenses, with pricies starting at about $15,000 each, just for the license. The downtown streets are very clean, and street sweepers are widely in evidence. So is laundry - apparently most apartments can't fit in a dryer, and just about every high rise balcony is draped in laundry. We saw countless communities of extensive high ...
... a treat. We had Welsh Tea Cakes and what almost was Bara Brith (it's a Welsh malt and fruit loaf). Mind you I'm not sure if I will be able to eat much dinner. Managed a bit if dinner then to the cinema, watched The Numbers Station, not bad, better than most if the films that have been on. We moved on to see the second of the Beatles tribute shows, which was much better than the first show. Next a quiz all to do with Wales. Then time for some hot chocolate and bed. It's now 11.30pm. ...
... with our own bathroom. It's weird living with a roommate in such close quarters. I've never had this little space for two people. Freshman year, though I had two roommates, I had a suite so there was plenty of room and this past semester we had an entire apartment. I'll get used to it though.
Tomorrow morning 9 AM is Chinese class. I'm not really sure if I'm ready for school to start again, but it should be a fun experience this time ...
... us long then before we were able to escape the dining room along with it's accompanying and very loud folk musicians for the relative quiet of the upstairs decks.
It was now just after dusk so the further we went down the river the more the buildings along the bank began to light up, at least the ones that had paid their electric bill. In fact some of the boats seemed to have ...
... Star Seafood Restaurant (Hong Kong) - Somehow Gary and I ended up at the same restaurant for traditional Hong Kong breakfast tea two days in a row. We asked for breakfast recommendations each day from different people, and received different walking directions. But somehow, we found ourselves standing outside the exact same restaurant on the second morning as the first morning. Laughing, we took it as a sign that we really had found the best place for ...