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... the plankton. They looked like tiny fire flies in the water. Until I was the one that freaked out and felt something wrap round my leg...oh it was just my life jacket strap. To finish our time in phi phi I treated myself to not one but TWO main meals for dinner. I just couldn't decide between mussels and falafel so I had both :) much to the amusement of passers by who kept looking at our table and smiling at me. Yes I like my food, alright?!! Let's just hope I ...
... 8 weeks time). While Hong Kong is a far more luxurious city, there are a lot of similar aspects to the city state.
More on that later, back to my story. Jacob, Mark and myself had just crossed the border with rather sore heads. As Hong Kong uses dollars rather than yuan, we had to get money out. Conveniently there was a Bank of China ATM nearby (in China/ Hong Kong, if you use an ATM that isn't your registered bank, there is a transaction fee). Under the advice ...
... It has made a great difference both to the main bedroom and the room it was in!
As this was so successful we decided to finish pulling apart the large desk that they did not want any more. This was perhaps not so successful, but was completed with a minimum amount of damage to the shelving and Jeff (ouch!).
Tonight we having dinner in, Sue's first attempt at cooking in her new kitchen. It smells ...
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 ...
... or to expand their horizons by staying in resorts and talking to locals in English.
Another point, which just applies to China: The U.S., not just economically, but culturally as well, is the center of attention.
You can not go a day without seeing an American flag on some piece of clothing. "Well, John, that's because the U.S. is culturally imperialistic." Yes, because we invaded China throwing clothes at them, forcing them to put pants on ...