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... so good they named it twice ?!). This is actually a temple dedicated to Confucians, Taoists and Bhuddists. In the first courtyard is a supposed replica of the Temple Of Heaven in Beijing but a poor shadow of the real thing. Inside the 'replica' were a group of blue clad monks in morning worship chanting along to music played on traditional instruments. Yuen Yuen is a popular place for cremations and has large areas for storing ...
... mock-up of what their living spaces look like, and a display of some or other specific ritual or celebration peculiar to that tribe - things like dragon boat dances, and so on. And I'm not talking little models here, either - in the prehistoric section was a complete, full-size reconstruction of a four-chamber burial tomb, complete with replica grave goods and a video showing one of the original excavators describing the process of discovering it in ...
... lot of hand bags and watch places and these annoying people asking for you to by watches or DVD's... It was so annoying when they follow you around..
We boarded back on the metro and made our way back to the hotel... It has been a long day and my humans are barking.. :-)
We went for a nice massage after the long day of walking and being on the Metro.
Then had a nice quiet dinner in the hotel room and went to bed
... invited her to stay in our posh accommodation for the next two nights. A quick pop across to the English style supermarket to grab bread and ham for sandwiches for lunch and we then set off
On a bus for half an hour over the top of the island to Stanley. A quiet fishing village away from the hustle and bustle of central Hong Kong.
All four of us sat on Blake pier and ate the sandwiches !!
Afterwards we walked along the 'coastal path' and down to ...
... get to have another wonderful Hidden Villa-esque waking commute to work, and a Hidden Villa-esque location in the middle of nowhere, but with easy access to a very close little city (Mae Rim) and a pretty close big city (Chiang Mai).
Well, now you know just about as much as I do. I'll update after getting settled in the apartment. Much love to everybody, and thank you so much for all of the support!