Chung Kiu Inn
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... so far as to try on Rolex watches, though the salesman probably knew he had no intention of buying anything after he laughed when they told him how much the watch he had on cost. We finally got airborne just past midnight, getting us into Singapore around 4 AM. It was a rough next day, but I guess that's a small price to pay for being able to travel and experience such amazing things.
These past few weeks have been much more mellow, filled with a decent amount of school ...
... reason the government wants them out of the harbor.
Daniel left us back at the hotel and we then headed out on our own to see the laser show on the harbor. It wasn't much of a laser show, more the lights on the buildings on the far side of the harbor matching the music that was playing. It was pretty to see the night skyline, but we were hot and tired and headed back to the hotel for a good night's rest. ...
... Kong Island where we caught a direct route bus to Ocean Park. By the time we got there it was pouring!! We got wet just walking to the entrance, despite our raincoats and ponchos.
We headed inside and were told that none of the rides or cable cars would be operating because of the storm. We had nothing better to do so we continued in. We first saw the pandas. They were all sleeping at first, but it was getting close to feeding time so they ...
... of course, (or maybe it was Mandarin) ordered for us all and we enjoyed a wonderful meal of traditional Chinese foods. We had Peaking Duck which was delicious as well as some other dishes...I wish I'd written them down. All was quite tasty and a true gastronomic experience! And Debbie and I had a great time catching up! Dave and I returned to our hotel after that to get some rest. We have a good part of the day in Hong Kong tomorrow and then will be heading back to Bangkok. ...
... go to whatever there is then! Tuesday 17 March Hong Kong We toured HK by Metro and foot taking in the Western Market and working our way East through zones selling birds nests, dried fish, dried lizard, dried everything.... Then on to Hollywood Road with antique shops galore - real antiques, some 1500 years old. We paused at the junction of the World's longest outdoor escalator in Soho for a beer and dose of people ...