Capital Plaza Hotel
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... it's made of bricks, but it is so called because its colour resembles iron. The pagoda stands 13 stories tall in the middle of a large park. It was a beautiful sunny day to spend in the park, posing with kung fu statues and sitting by the lake. Taka was the only one of us to actually climb the tower. The extra cost to go inside it and the 1 meter tall entrance were enough to deter me. After visiting the iron pagoda we took a bus to another part of the city where we had dinner ...
... hotel just in time for the last hour of free happy hour.
Red and white wine, gin, vodka, rum, and all the mixings. You name it, they had it.
I decided to end my three weeks of sobriety with a few glasses of delicious merlot. Giggles soon followed, and so did the high fives. We laughed at what we've been through.
And I think to myself, "****, we could build a castle with all the bricks that were thrown at us!"
The eight days before we set off are unbelievably hectic. We had barely touched down from Nairobi before we got ready for the next set of major family transitions. We were excited to be able to gather all of our kids together briefly before the family scattered again. It was the traditional time to buy new computers, new cell phones, arrange for 10-15 doctor appointments, order books, pay tuition bills and ...
Up early to start our day to fine that it was raining and it was also a public holiday so the attraction were not open so the decision was made to go back over to our shop area. this time we decided to take the suitcase with us, just as well as 32kg and 6 1/2 hours later it was very much needed. We just got back in time for cocktail hour. Peter enjoyed a few beers and i had 5 glasses of bubbles ( it is holiday time) We enjoyed watching the laser light show over the ...
... or if it's part of China but you need a passport and they use a different currency. I think I'd sum up Macau with 3 words: casinos, scooters and Portuguese tarts (I know that was 4).
I'm staying at the Venetian hotel which has blown me away. The hotel is massive with a gazillion restaurants, shops and gambling areas. The architecture and decor resembles Italy (I think, I haven't ...