Golden Lustre Hotel
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... in our bags so we starter looking out for a child to give it to. Now, being the eldest of four- I remember what it was like if one if my siblings got something and I didn't. Whereas Paul being the youngest was probably the other way round; so he was suggesting young kids but I was looking at their older siblings feeling sorry for them so it was agreed that it would have to be a single lone child. We also decided to start giving the bears away (see our good ...
... buddha statue sits on the side of the hill. To get there, most visitors take a 20 minute gondola ride to the top, which offers incredible views of the island and airport. After marveling at the enormous buddha, I walked down the Wisdom Path to an area with large trees split down the middle. Chinese writing was carved into the trunks. I walked around the path as mist and clouds made it's way over the mountain. For dinner, some hostel mates, the owner, and I went out for some Thai food. ...
... that everyone also freaks out about in the U.S. (and which I even mentioned in my last post)? The biggest gap between the U.S. and any subject with any of those countries is 45 points--U.S. science vs. Finland's science. I'll make an assumption, also, that it's easier to manage a country of 5 million similarly-raced folks vs. 315 million from over 100 countries. Just a thought.
Another thing we take for granted is our educational freedom (yes, the "f" ...
... roast goose for me. A fish I have heard since young and never tried until now. It was yummy. The meat was tender and I wish I can have more. Later in the evening more shopping at the Mongkok ladies night market. It was just a few minutes walk from our ...
... We enter through what was once the only gateway and above the large doors are still three cannon ports to keep out unwanted neighbours. The cannon themselves are sat in the courtyard in front of the doors. The housing is still largely tiny and the alleyways that run through the village barely wide enough for two people to pass. Our guide for the day stops to talk to a couple of people leaving a house who turn out to be on their way to ...