Golden Palace Hotel
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... and unless you have a palate for bland food I don't recommend it. We took a bus from here to Tai O fishing village. It was interesting to see how different cultures use food. This is an ancient village where it depicts the old Hong Kong. Homes were small and on stilts. The food market had dried seafood and any organ that you can take out to dry. Not exactly sure how to use these items but I'm sure it's used in stews or other ...
... main street and all got photos jumping in front of the Disney castle which was all barricaded up with a print of the castle which was a huge disappointment. We ventured through all the lands that Hong Kong had to offer and had a pretty relaxed lunch in a cafe were everything was coke a cola funded. The lights were green glass stained with the coke a cola brand it was pretty cool looking and had a pretty enjoyable day going through some more rides and seeing a lot of the shows that ...
... Some of the ex-pat restaurants were offering a Thanksgiving dinner for $30 a plate – we were thinking of going, but just too tired. I did see 1 frozen turkey for sale – about 10-12lbs, for $100. As we’ve said, you can get most anything here, but you’re going to pay top dollar for it.
Lots of excitement at school this week with the preparations for the Winter Wonderland Fair that was held ...
... school. 2) Fresh spring rolls - so fresh and tasty and so easy to make. 3) Kinilaw - a Filipino recipe that is definitely 'world class'. 4) Vietnamese Coffee - the only way to start the day in Vietnam. Worst Bits (there are very few): 1) Karaoke Buses - thank goodness we haven't adopted that here. 2) Joy Travel - the hideously poor service at Halong Bay but it still couldn't ruin the feeling of being there. 3) Coming Home. Things for next time: ...
... We had also been pre-warned to be aggressive about getting seats, and to get them on the right-hand side of the tram. The views were amazing, although a bit hazy. The crazy photo is to try and show the angle of the tram, supposed to be one of the steepest tram rides in the world. I did have to remind myself that it does it all day, every day, as at times it sounded like it was never going to make it.
Once again we avoided the ...