Fisher Ma's Wharf Commerce-the Inn Bay Harbor
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... gong sounded once and you know the rest. We're not really sure who made up the audience - perhaps brass players, venue subscribers or perhaps just curious locals. There was no talking at all other than Nigel introducing the soloists, "Soprano Cornet, small, only 1 in band, Colin Clarke". The Maori group were predictably loved by the audience. They are awesome! Some small children cried but that too is probably predictable. It seemed perhaps that ...
The size of China and the relative size of its cities are hard to get your head around. Dalian, the city we are in now has a population of just under 7 million - it makes up only .5 of a percent of the Chinese population of 1.4 Billion. Auckland's 1.4 million is a third of NZ's population. The density of high rise buildings is staggering. We arrived at our hotel ...
When meeting for breakfast we were informed that the food standard was well below what they had experienced so far. It was our second morning at the hotel and the warm milk, noddles and rice would not normally be our first choice. Apparently when arriving on the ferry they got to see China's first aircraft carrier in the port. The location of the Dalian port is meant to be strategic and due to its proximity to Korea and access to the Pacific. A tour bus took the group for a 1/2 day ...
... those who were leaving the group the next day were thanked and introductions for new comers made. References to the Canning Stock route and the length of the offroad section compared to Australia. The Siberian Road of Bones was longer, but since it has some paved sections, the Canning Stock Route was still the longest offroad section in the world. After dinner Virginia waited in the foyer for her dad (John) to arrive from the airport. I continued to catch up with ...
... relatively fast and made our way out of the airport. There was the standard greeting from an array of "taxi" drivers, who eagerly want your business. One confirmed he had a meter so I was happy enough. We made our way across to the carpark and loaded our bags. Once we got in I asked for the third time about his meter at which point he asked for "300". Knowing we should be paying about "40" for our fare we hopped out ...