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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Wow – it is hard to believe we are actually here in China, and even harder to believe that we'll be living here for the next 3 years. I walked around in a daze today with a constant headache. There is so much for Steve and I to organize that it’s doing my head in – housing, air freight (may be longer than expected), residency visas, tracking down luggage, phone sims and internet connection, bank accounts and cash etc.
We began the day with ...
We stayed overnight in the Parkroyal Hotel at the Melbourne airport as we had an early rise (5.45am) to catch our flight. We had an amazing view of the runways from our window, and amazingly, no noise!
The first leg of our journey was 9.5 hours to Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific. The kids loved travelling in Business Class. Emma learnt quickly how to use her call button ...
Tuesday morning the alarm was pounding in my tiny rabbit ears. It was quarter to six in the morning and still there were planes leaving and entering the airport, I could see that through my hotel window. I boarded the plane through the business class entrance. The plane was gigantic… well to me anyway. The 1st flight was great except that they didn't have carrots. I tried to watch 'Hop' on ...
Will and I went to the Blue Frog last night and saw all our lovely friends: Thomas, Pacino, Albert, Susan, Eric, Bella, and the new little waiter, Tony.
We then went into Xinjiekou today and met Heidi and Leo at Element Fresh for lunch.
This evening we went down to Confucius Temple ...
... with light displays everywhere and the pavilion lit up beautifully. Walking back home about 9pm I decided to walk down to Mendong to see what was going on there, and again the streets were well patrolled by police officers. All the trees in Mendong had been covered in coloured lights and butterflies and there was a display against the wall.
Since Will and I were last here with Steve ...