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... so that was spectacular. Let us lead you through the adventure..... Mont orchid was lovely. And further from town and friends but closer to school. Dilemma.... Then came the apartment that we can only describe as the aquarium. Picture the living room if you will... A giant, obnoxious yet delightful fish mural is painted on the living room wall. It snakes around into the bedroom where it is used as the divider between the bedroom ...
... it back home and started our activities for the day. We first headed to Tai Po on a double decker bus to get some vegetarian congee. They also had the best "ja leung", "cheung fun" and "yow tieu" ever at this small little food stand. It was freshly made. Best ever. These markets have butchers and fresh seafood markets on the first floor, second floor is fresh produce, third floor are food stands, and above that is a sports complex. We walked through the food stands and seafood market. ...
... food for a real trip to Hong Kong. I did stop in at a McDonald's in search of something cool but instead had my first bites of beef in a month. At this point I decided to head back so I walked to the metro station. This time I managed to figure out and use the ticket machine myself and used up some of the coins I was accumulating. I navigating the layers of the trains by myself and even saw Don Ivesons doppelgänger. When I got to the central station I ...
... thoughts of the Buddha cable car the day before and so prepared ourselves for a long wait as we hadn't pre-purchase tickets. Surprisingly (unlike the tram) this queue was constantly moving and although it still took us a half hour to get to the front, it was still a lot shorter than we first feared. Although we weren't quite on a tram yet, we scrambled for another half an hour to get on one. Actually, I say scrambled but we really didn't. To pass the time there are little exhibits on ...
... from our hotel and within 2 minutes stumbled into a steamy restaurant without a westerner in sight. Our waiter ordered for us via the point of a finger. We opted not to have the eel looking object in a murky tank next to us and instead devoured a local dish known as the hot pot. Basically a big broth on a stove, into which you drop all sorts to cook. We ate dumplings, lots and lots of dumplings. That evening we linked up with the local (Rod Needham) and the ...