Bafang Boutique Hotel Dongguan Jinkaiyue
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... task and his mind was with him this morning. Despite the very early 5am wake up call. And the snoring roomy who kept him awake half the night. Actually much like my night really. Max is more convinced than ever that he and I should be sharing and leave the two snore bears together. We had a night at the airport hotel at Narita last night as our flight was so early. It was a great idea in fact as it meant for far less stress this morning. Neither Max nor ...
... race start so that felt strange. I'm back in the hotel room now, writing this blog entry and trying to keep my mind occupied. That's why it's extra long this week. I'm always anxious during the race. Today is a bit worse because it's hot -28 and Tim's ham string in his leg was sore before he started.
We're home again and I’m delighted to say Tim ran another successful marathon in 3:30. I couldn’t get near the finish line but we were able to ...
... free time to exercise your bargaining skills. The next stop is Aberdeen fishing village, where you will see Hong Kong's junk- dwelling floating community, still very much a part of Hong Kong Life. We than visited a local jewellery factory, to see the skilled craftsmen at work, before returning to the ...
... through the wrong one and had to pay for new cards, 20 Hong Kong dollars a piece (That's cheaper than a taxi). We then rode the MRT (train) to Ngong Ping. We took the sky tram, or cable car to the top of a mountain to see the 'Big Buddha'. On the cable car, Grammy offered to take a man's picture, but he only spoke Mandarin. Once near the 'Big Buddha', we got off the sky tram and toured the small fishing village. It was very anciently based ...
... the passengers. I don't know if the terminal building is too small (although it looks pretty new), but the runways themselves are super long. We had to taxi another mile out just so that we could take off.
This time we had a tiny Airbus A320 which had to have been 30 years old because some of the fabric was coming off of the chairs and each seat had an ashtray! Steffie and I were just crossing our fingers that we would make it! Interestingly enough the older seats were much ...