The Empire Hotel Causeway Bay
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... There were two battalions each of British (Royal Scots and 1st Battalion Middlesex Regiment), Canadians (Royal Rifles of Canada and 1st Battalion Winnipeg Grenadiers) and Indians (5th Battalion 7th Rajput Regiment and 2nd Battalion 14th Punjab Regiment) plus the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps. None of them were sufficiently well trained to oppose the landings and surrender came in a matter of a couple of weeks on Christmas Day 1942.
The striking thing ...
We had our usual coffee then breakfast in the lounge. Around 9am, we started off for the day. We took the Star Ferry to Kowloon, then walked along the waterfront, which was very hot. At the end of the Walk of Fame, we turned inland along one of the elevated walkways, ending in a small park. Pas and Paul went to the camera store, so Pas could buy a battery and new lens cap. Then we walked to the metro station, where we caught the Metro to Sha Tin.
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The sunset was incredible and there are many boats moored here as we anchor for the night. I am amazed with the buffet they served. They came and explained to me which ones were safe for me to eat and I was happy with that. I sat down and then they started bringing me soup, tofu and several dishes just for me. I could have fed a family of ten with all the food.
Wake up call at five am today Friday. ...
... a ridiculously opulent thing to offer and also a completely necessary decision that had to be made. Bree selected a very elegant and slightly slimmer blade from France and I went with a unique looking instrument from Japan. As if one decision wasn’t enough we were then presented with 12 different seasoned mustards to select from to accompany our steaks. Of course, why wouldn’t we need to decide between chili, horseradish, garlic, balsamic, Dijon and seven ...
We have done so much walking its hard not to wake up without a few aches and pains but the only way to get rid of them is to get up and do it again. So just as we have done over the last couple of days we headed down to our hotel restaurant for our breakfast and to figure out what we wanted to do today.
The plan was to head up to the Peak View Point via the famous Peak Tram and work our way slowly down the hillside through the mid-levels and the world's largest outdoors escalator. So ...