Dragon Spring Hotel
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... wishing us a Happy Honeymoon.........
Over drinks in the lounge we meet a couple who are in the room next us, an Irishman and his new English wife who just happened to be on their honeymoon. Oh oh, but they advised they also got a bottle of champagne but no roses. We manage to scoff enough food and drink to keep us happy and go back to our room to watch the laser light show over the Harbour before heading out to the Temple Street Night Market. No purchases ...
... the steps and caught the minibus to our favourite place, Stanley Markets, to once again have a quick look and buy a couple of things we just couldn't live without. It's funny how you see a few different things each time you go.
While we were waiting for our bus to come we all searched for our octopus cards so we had them ready. I couldn't believe it when mine had disappeared and wasn't in its usual ...
... many people! Reminded me of the showbag pavilion at the Easter show only it was all food stalls and everyone had nanna trolleys that seemed to enjoy running over my feet lol.
Time for bed!
Hope everyone back home is enjoying the summer break...it's getting quite cold here in HK.
... a tea shop and bought some tea to take home. It was then back on the train to the airport. After clearing immigration and customs we found a restaurant in the terminal that served hand pulled noodle and decided to go for one last noodle bowl before taking off. We boarded our plane for the 11 hour flight to Vancouver. Once onboard they served us out meal right away then we had a sleep. October 25th continues once on the ground in Vancouver. André and ...
... evening traffic to take us for dinner.
When Steph's ebullient Uncle Eddie arrived with his lovely Brazilian wife, we drove in their car to a really nice restaurant for steak and chips, which was, I have to say, utterly delicious, and SO welcome after weeks of eating food dripping in grease and oil in Hunan. I really enjoyed that car ride, hearing the family banter flash back and forth in both English and Chinese, and was able to relax, that sort of ...