Asia Pacific Garden
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... decided to take the subway to the Temple of Heaven.
By now one piece of our luggage had arrived and it was Randy's. Thankfully mine arrived in the afternoon.
Maneuvering the subway was interesting and required asking a few strangers for help. The Temple is a general meeting place for a lot of locals that meet up with friends to play cards, dominoes, do yoga, etc. we took a ...
... seasons. Then we got to choose which direction to climb. To the left was steeper, but less crowded. To the right it was longer, but not as steep and much more crowded. Dale decided we should do the less crowded route, so we set off. I'll have to say it was very hard walking!! First of all it is incredibly steep-my kids will recall our trip down Penang Hill-and it is very uneven. Where there are steps, they are of varying heights and the handrails are ...
... to the tanks and faced on one side by the restaurant staff who did not speak English and our host who knew nothing about fish we had a problem. All the same we pointed and chose and pointed some more then called our Chinese colleague who came over and ordered even more food.
The food was cooked and we had Scallops sliced and fried served in the shell with garlic, chili and garlic squid, I mistook a piece of garlic for some squid so got to sit on my own for a ...
... on newer versions for other customers, as they have a partnership with Enterprise and will most likely receive more international business as well. From there, we had a walk to their lot where they parked their cars. We looked at their fleet for that site. To me, they compared to many rental companies in the US. They had cars from standard sedans to luxury. Their best seller was a Buick Van. That night, we had ...
... interesting place with much to see and lots of oohs and ahs, the shop attendants had to be amputated from our sides. On principle, I didn’t buy anything, though longingly eyeing off the bracelets. I know this is their livelihood, but hey enough, is enough. The lovely young girl who was my designated ‘shadow’, dangled a $4100 bracelet in front of me, and just by showing my wishing face, the ...