Grand Skylight Garden Hotel
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... that the wait staff wore. Inside the menu it was pretty amusing. They had a dancing wolf and drinks that claimed to be wolf urine and wolf milk. I doubted this was the case but since it is China I figured there was no reason to try and find out. We ordered food and non-wolf related beverages. We had spicy cucumbers, eggplant, cabbage, sweet and sour chicken and lamb. I enjoyed the vegetables more than the meat but it was all pretty good. The people I were ...
Well it has been a few months since I have done an entry in
here so it may be about time for a quick one.
The main place I visited would have been Xi’an where we to
see the Terracotta Soldiers. That experience was great and even found an area
where scientists were still digging up soldiers.
Whilst there we also climbed Hua Shan, which is ...
This morning the team gathered their goods and made their way down to the ferry terminal- ready to brave the 1 hour ferry trip across the choppy waters make from mainland Hong Kong to Macau where we would begin a series of revival meeting, prayer for the sick and reaching out to the local communities. After making our way down multiple flights of metro stairs and ...
... we got a real chance to look around as we passed over forest and waterfalls. The village at the foot of the Buddha is without mistake a massive tourist trap. We don't think when the Buddha was built they had a Starbucks in the plans or six different souvenir shops. At the same time it does make life easier for us travellers so we got a Subway, covered ourselves in suncream and prepared for the climb. Whilst we were in Subway a Chinese women went mad at the ...
... at their best. When we did go to see them, it had been so cold and cloudy that you couldn’t see much so all we did was walk down the Avenue of Stars. We quite enjoyed that though, as it includes all the famous Asian actors, with statues of some of them, such as Bruce Lee and Wong Man Lee.
But for the big evening, we went down to the waterfront to see the buildings lit up. We arrived just in time for the laser light show too. The show is something ...