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... a busy beach, it has a few beach shops and Thai restaurants next to the beach and even a Cococabana on the beach. They have public bathrooms and showers and a man renting chairs and umbrellas. Lifeguards were in chair and on a kind of rescue board on pontoons. A "shark net" was in place to mark the swimming area for boats and to help control trash in the swimming area. I enjoyed my time reading on the sand then swimming in the ocean. There were no ...
... of Music dining room to eat again, this is something that has been happening far too often lately!! We then had about an hour or so to rest before the lights of Hong Kong came into sight, a spectacular sight that happened all of a sudden, apartment blocks everywhere and all lit up. It wasn't long until we were right in the harbour, we sailed around the back of the Hong Kong Island and the cruise terminal is now at New Kai Tak, which is ...
... days to make ends meet. The residents can vote but only for the people the Beijing selects. This was what the current protests were about.
Finally we made it to the famous Stanley Market, with its booths of junk, scarves and better goods. We were disappointed because we had only a few minutes to look around. We fought through the rush hour traffic to return to our ship and bid good bye to the guide and ...
... asleep. We then met up with jane and mark and went for a traditional chinese meal of peking duck...yum, yum.
Then we set off to go and see the symphoney of lights where the buildings light up in time to music.....again too foggy to see but at least we are showing willing! See photos again.
Today we are off to see Budda on the path of enlightenment. Fingers crossed for the weather.
... Colour, the winner for 2013, really doesn't deserve any awards. It wasn't trash, but it also was not much different from any other 'confused youth
in love' story except for the director's fetishization of the lead (shame on you, Kechiche) and its three-hour runtime. At least they ate döner, though the extreme close-ups of the lead eating were disgusting.
We switched to more family-friendly fare the next morning with Saving Mr. Banks, starring two of ...