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... tasty gelato that gave me the energy boost to return home. It was the first real gelato I'd eaten since being in Sardinia many years ago and hit all the right spots. Chocolate so rich it made Oscar seem poverty-stricken was a joy to eat and the delectable mint flavour made one recalibrate prior expectations of mint ice cream. Following the 12-hour, self-constructed, mainly walking tour of HK the apartment seemed like The Ritz and the bed like a fluffy ...
... even allocated top bunks (three levels). I found the ladder climb challenging. The bed was narrow and hard and I could not sit up without bumping my head.
There was a tiny walkway at the end if the bunks (no doors).
We all gathered together to have a Chinese lesson. It was fun but I don't think I am any better at Chinese yet. Can say hello, thank you and beer from memory. I do now have a sheet of paper with basic words needed though.
After writing the first, "In Defense", I realized I had a lot more to say regarding what I've learned about the U.S. Now, don't get me wrong, there are a lot of problems in the U.S. A lot. And it can learn a ton from other countries, and I'm not entirely sure why it hasn't quite yet adopted some foreign influence (I'm looking at you, infrastructure). I'd simply like to pinpoint several things that I previously took for granted in the U.S., as I'm sure you do as well. ...
... him was 5 yrs ago and he was only 18! We traveled to Bali together and he was my bestie during my time in Perth. Last night we had another huge dinner with relatives. Chinese food here is almost the same as Vancouver. Noodles are way better though! Fresh and light as a pillow. They melt in your mouth. I also finally ate chicken feet at dim sum... Just fatty skin and I'm not keen on knawing on a toe. Flavor good ...
... day in HK we made Martin do more walking with us from Tim Shui Wai to the Wetland Park in the New Territories, past Tan Clan temples and villages. The park was slightly marred by screaming Chinese families wherever we went slightly spoiling the tranquility, but still managed to do a bit of bird watching. On 3rd Jan, we packed our bags and left Martin in peace, having stolen his bed and personal space for a lovely two weeks. Next stop, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar ...