Guang Dong Hotel
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... items so we continued to the Ocean Terminal shopping centre. A cruise ship was appropriately parked next to the Ocean Terminal shopping centre, a fairly large one, but not one of the new super-sized cruise ships. It had however secured a prime parking spot in the city. We were in search of shoes, or replacement flip flops to be more accurate, for Kirsty. She is now down to just one pair, having either broken, worn out or just feeling uncomfortable in all the other ones ...
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We knew where we needed to head when we arrived at the station, although that's quite hard with all the Chinese signs! We found the hotel and got to check in earlier without any extra costs, super nice!
Washed, powdered and ready to hit the big city! The weather here is a lovely 18 degrees. Metro systems are really handy, we're a 5 minute walk from the station then within 20 minutes we are wherever we want to be. Soo the chinese...They ...
... hadn't eaten much, time to find some delicious treats! Michelin Star Restaurant for lunch? Yes please! * Prior to this I had started juicing two of three meals a day. So, solid (fried and oily) meals were going to be a treat for me while in Hong Kong. It just so happened that there was a Michelin Star - Dim Sum restaurant only two floors down. Not only was it Dim Sum, and a Michelin Star Restaurant, but also one the cheapest of all Michelin Star Restaurants. Don't be fooled ...
... on that! Not to mention the fact that it is cool - an important consideration today when the temperature has been about 30 and the humidity 95per cent. Anyway back to Diamond Hill. We visited the Chi Lin Nunnery. It was a quiet oasis in the middle of a bustle of roads and high rise flats. The nunnery is recent (opened in 2000). It is a series of courtyards with lily pond and lavish statues. From there we entered the Nan Lian gardens. There were so many ladies acting as guards. ...
... Dad and met a lot of nice people. What will I do without Breakfast delivered to my room! God forbid the thought of doing my own laundry! A cappuccino at arms length has been a luxury, not to mention Zero Ice Cream. And especially my friends Anna Marie Cassir, Anci and Jost Michelson and Lynda and Ralph Lipes and my dancing partner, Bill Gross. Then there are a few more people who could help me at home, Jobie, my stewardess, Andrew , my butler, Some ...