De Tai Hotel
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... hotel haha we
had dinner at a Korean place which was really nice and then walked around for a
while. We didn’t stay up too late because all of us were tired from walking
around all day.
We survived the night and didn’t get mugged or murdered in
our sleep, the bed was even comfier than my bed back at the apartment. All in
all the trip was really good. Tomorrow we will probably just head back and get
ready for our first day at school. ...
... know how very difficult it was for me not to steal him and have an adopted asian tour baby!) Every morning I would walk to wok via the beach front and do the same on the way back with a beer in hand. I also watched the sunrise on the beach a handful of times, swam in the sea and listened to music by sunset with a picnic blanket and western food treats brought from the international supermarket!! All in all an incredible ...
... tour was over I purchased a large bottle of beer for $1.70 with which I refreshed myself and one of our tour companions.
Thankfully on our return to the ship our guide was much more subdued, or I was just accustomed to the sound, or maybe the beer put me to sleep. Since we had a couple of yours before “all aboard” Barbara opted to take the free shuttle back into the city for a round of shopping J
... we were stuck.
We had a tasting of the raw beer and special beer nuts, and then we found the interactive activities. There were several games to play testing one’s knowledge of the beer industry. The highlight was the drunken house. Upon entering the beer bottled shaped doorway, the path took a short but steep decline and began to sway to illustrate how one feels when drunk. The person trying to walk through the house can be ...
... are 125 service staff (waiters, sommeliers, etc). They are all trying to keep the 1,300 passengers happy and they succeed! An average week’s consumption will include over 18,000 eggs, 16,000 lbs of meat, poultry and seafood, 12,500 lbs of vegetables and 2,000+ bottles of wine and champagne. Quite the grocery shopping list! We are doing our best to eat and drink our fair share.