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... to karaoke with her friends. This was the most luxurious KTV I'd ever seen. Romanesque facade in front of six floors of absolute madness. Even though her friends were paying way too much for the beer, only about three or four of them took turns singing with me. Everyone else played dice. I don't know, whatever.
At the end of the night, everyone up and left us with the bill. What? Maybe I had three beers, and some chips and fruit, I wasn't about to pay for the whole party. ...
I still had some Macanese money left, so I booked a table at the tourism school's restaurant for lunch. I didn't manage to get out of the hotel until noon, I was pooping so much.
When I did leave, luckily, I made it to the restaurant at 1:30 because it was one of the best desserts I ever had in my life. Lunch was only about $45 for three courses: mackerel, halibut and the dessert bar, including wine, port and coffee. Wow. The ice cream was seriously the best in my life ...
... After the last beach experience I didn't expect to swim, but it was so good I ended up in anyway, and very happy that I did.
On day 2 we went to a different area which was good for beach activities, but the beach itself wasn't nearly as nice. We did go out on a boat for a wee ride which was fun, but most people agreed we would rather have stayed at the first place and spent the time there.
We even had a tour guide accompany us for the whole trip - she gave a ...
... had opened and it didnt stop raining for the entire day!) Two of our group took a stumble and ended up flat on their backs due to the slippery conditions so we realised how lucky we had been the previous day! I would actually recommend the Longji Rice Terraces to anyone visiting rural China - the hike actually WAS worth the effort and I certainly felt good after the exercise (not enough prancing out here to keep fit!)
This week we went to Lost City Water Park and on the weekend we went camping on Hailing Island. We rented two tents and slept on the beach after staying up late and cooking on the open fire.
Only nine days before we leave Mainland China for Hong Kong so we are in the 'get rid of everything' mode once ...