Baolilai International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for about 6 hours but the final 3 were a bit tiring so we napped.
Arrived on time just after 10pm in Melbourne. Picked up some duty free then outside to be met by Angus to take us home to Geelong. It is currently 5 degrees and we feel it.
Back in Geelong and showered we lay our heads down at 1am where we are about to dream about our trip for a beautiful 8 hours.
... ordered wantons and noodles - we had no idea what they were going to be but mine were delicious deep fried fish parcels with a spicy tomato sauce, Tony's were also fish but steamed fish balls in a cabbage soup which were ok but the texture of the fish was rather slimy! Cappuccino was off on that day so I tried Hong Kong tea which was very strong with condensed milk - I think once was enough with that drink! We walked about 10 minutes from the town to the other side of the island ...
... me try the new dishes, but as he meal progressed, he kept adding more and more food. Try this, you want to eat that...and so on. I told Adam to tell him that he reminded me of my mother. I've been cautious in not eating a lot of rice. I'll eat everything else and only half a cup of rice. Still, with Mr. Dai there to make sure I didn't have an empty place, I was pretty full at the end of the meal. O man, I almost needed to be rolled out of the restaurant. I was ...
Went into downtown Hong Kong and took a tram trough downtown, saw a bunch of stuff, it was neat to be above all the crowds. Went to a couple antique shops and for a snack then Braedon and I want shopping. Hit up a big fancy mall with a wicked tea store. Back to the flat for a nice steak dinner, cards and ...
Came to the small fishing town of Tai-O for their annual Deity Parade that precedes the races. Thought I missed it because it took so long to get here- I don't know if it's the heat, but no one is in a hurry here. And they don't observe the walk/ride rule on escalators. Weird, since there are SO many posted rules- anyway, had just walked out of Yeung Ha Temple when a procession of boats came ...