Guang Dong Hotel
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... price range.
There on the corner was a six floor Forever21 which Kayley was very happy to see...
Hours later we left Forever21 with a couple new items for Kayley's wardrobe and a dead phone battery for Andy after playing every game available on his phone.
Opposite was a very large department store style shopping mall. We decided that this would be a good place to search out for some food. The food court was on the 14th floor and we used three very long escalators to ...
... of Nathan's delicious cake for two, instead for the safe option...bloody fruit salad!! Alright for Nathan, eh?! Rubbing his nose in...;-) with the heavenly warm chocolate sauce...how is it fair?!!! When our food ready to be served, Indie rushed to set up the table ready, unfortunately the table that Indie meant to open which it is quite too high for us to eat our food, all of sudden it was for the baby cot, it's time to go to specsavers! Alright alright Nathan... Since we ...
... On the plus side the transport system was superb, even though we could not make head nor tail if the language, we were still able to find around without too much trouble. Another surprise was the willingness if the local people to help. One girl I stooped in the street even offered to take us to where we needed to go, even though it was in the opposite direction to where she ...
... t enjoy the grid lock experience at all. Going across to Stanley Bay seemed to take forever, and we sat, then moved a few meters, sat some more, etc. Not fun, especially when you are in an open-top bus with all the fumes around.
I saw lots of places that I will go back to and explore properly - this trip was about getting my bearings in anticipation of the next visit.
Hope you enjoy the pics! ...
... on the elephant ! We then reached Man Mo temple where the inside hall is hung with hundreds of incense coils, burning for good luck, and more great smells abound. We descended from here via Ladder Street which is just a collection of steps, past Cat Street Market - which didnt open until midday ! - then down Hillier Street where I was planning on having some lunch. This used to be a location for numerous street stalls, dai pai dongs, ...