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... top that more spiritual. We came prepared for this climb- brolly, magicool, water and my fan were at the ready to tackle the 30C heat. Half way up at a rest point in the corner of my eye I saw something- something that even written this now sends slight shivers down my spine. I told Laura not to look, so automatically she does and there was the biggest spider I have ever seen up close. It's called a 'plate-tree spider' for a good reason. Check out the pictures. The fan is the ...
... pointer for Isaiah and I. Dad tried to lower the price for everyone's items, it was really funny, we shopped there until about 9:00 and caught a taxi back to the hotel and watched mr bean. I bought a laser pointer, a flat cap, key rings and we had pizza for dinner. It wasn't as nice as the australian dominos but it was still food. DAD Flying through the night didn't prove to be a great option to catch up on sleep. ...
We have a good night's sleep at the Luxe Manor. It is quiet despite being right in the middle of the pandemonium of Kowloon. We have breakfast in the "Nordic" style restaurant. It is only Nordic in the sense of being dark with a rather gloomy atmosphere, as is most of the hotel. I think you will realise that I am not very fond of the Luxe Manor. We went because it is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and I am building up for another free night.
Saltbush LambTender loin, Sweet breads , Eggplant , Chickpeas , Ras El Hanout Yoghurt
Black Tea Honey, Lavender, Bergamot, Cardamon
Gianduja Praline, Sweet Potato, Brown Butter Ice cream
Wine was a 2006 Chianti Riserva.
A memorable meal and a memorable evening.
We walked back to the Conrad to find a Tiramisu with candle and card in our room.
What a lovely gesture.
... and then with a few individuals.
Lei then left me with some students to show me the campus while she made some more arrangements. The complex was actually more of a post-grad University village, with three universities in the same location, with a shared library gluing them together. And WHAT a library! It was one of the most amazing building I've ever seen. It looked like a concept of a futuristic building that might be possible in a century or two - ...