Green Court Serviced Apartment
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Friday morning began with a cultural visit to the Jade Buddha temple which was extremely interesting. What was particularly interesting was how monks managed to protect the temple during the Cultural Revolution by hanging pictures of Chairman Mao in front of the Jade Buddha carvings which were exquisite. I find the stories of Buddha to be fascinating and really do think that it is an interesting faith based on peace ...
... shopping so I felt ready to restart us on our regime of two eggs over medium on white toast with coffee. I stepped over to the cooktop and turned on the burner, through a small slab of butter on to the pan and listened to it immediately begin to cackle, hiss and spit. "The heat is too high!" I shouted to Renee. I quickly took the pan off the burner and swished the butter around to coat the bottom. I lowered the heat to the number four setting from ...
... more pictures but it appears I can only post five.
Tomorrow we will be heading for the water town.
Noel / Gerrie
NOT SURE IF THIS PROVERB THING IS WORKING OUT, APPEARS THERE MAYBE PROBLEMS WITH THE TRANSLATION.
Here is another proverb to tickle your fancy or translate.
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... with people, even to haggle prices (more to come) and to ask for help.
This is a beautiful city. It has been overcast and a little rainy, but not a torrential down pour. I love all the hidden alleys and the neon lights. Steve calls it the equivalent to the upper west side of Manhattan. He keeps telling us to wait until we go South... because this is the REALLY nice part. I fear they have spoiled us early.
... was made of porcelain or something as it looked thick and heavy.
Upstairs there was a room full of various sized canvases that were covered in brightly coloured, raised dots. Walking into the room was a bit of an assault on the eyes and gave Ambre a headache she said, so we didn’t linger for very long in there! Next door was a group of contemporary paintings that just beg the question ‘why?!’ They all had random stuff on, that had ...