Dorsett Regency Hotel Hong Kong
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... país, dos sistemes”, en diuen. La moneda és el Hong Kong dolar.
Hem estat cinc dies a Hong Kong i ha estat bastant intens tot i que hi vàrem arribar pensant que no faríem gaire res, esperant que em donessin el visat per la Xina una altra vegada. Per sort, tot va ser més fàcil i així vam tenir temps de conèixer millor aquest lloc en comptes de passar-nos la vida fent papers i gestions inútils.
... street to look at all the electronics and bits and pieces which then leads into 8 city blocks off fabric and craft shops. I made a list this time thinking i would not get so confused well that didn't work as there was alot more choices then when we were here last time. Had a great time collecting all the fre samples of fabric they will be great for making dolls clothes or patchwork squares. We left at ...
After a leisurely start to the morning, we set off on the bus to meet Leanne at Stanley Plaza to have our first dim sum of the trip. Everything opens late here so of course we were too early so we had a stroll around the market to get an idea what was there for later.
Back to the dim sum at eleven and everything was delicious, one of the best we have had and definitely want to go again before we go home.
Now nice and full ...
... Colour, the winner for 2013, really doesn't deserve any awards. It wasn't trash, but it also was not much different from any other 'confused youth
in love' story except for the director's fetishization of the lead (shame on you, Kechiche) and its three-hour runtime. At least they ate döner, though the extreme close-ups of the lead eating were disgusting.
We switched to more family-friendly fare the next morning with Saving Mr. Banks, starring two of ...
... pecking around at our feet and a group of old women sitting on low seats by a doorway, playing cards. But the modern town is growing, with a lot of new buildings, so don't know how much longer the old part will last for, unless it's retained for it's 'heritage' value.
then on to the airport at Guilin, more hair raising travel on the 2 way roads, with buses trying to overtake each other in the face of oncoming traffic! A one hour flight to ...