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... a certain amount of brainwashing ("I pledge allegiance, to the flag..." how is that a thing?), its relatively subtle compared to other countries. In some of my classes, even, we were taught some great things about other countries, even...the French (just kidding, France. Maybe?).
Not to mention our public schools are free and we're among the lowest taxed countries in the world. Moving on.
The U.S. is a lot less racist and intolerant than you ...
... steps leading up to it. The Portuguese left behind a culinary legacy in the form of custard tarts, and we bought a couple to taste - lovely. The heavy rain curtailed the rest of our walk and we returned to the hotel.
The hotel opposite, the Venetian, was as the name suggests, styled to look like Venice complete with a Bridge of Sighs, canals and gondoliers. The roof of the interior was designed with blue skies ...
... city after a long haul flight. Really interesting city centre architecture with covered walkways arching over the roads and connecting malls and the harbour area. Helpful Apple people confirmed that my phone has a problem with the sound, needs to be sorted in the UK. Few hours sleep then off out on the town. Drinks on the terrace of the Excelsior Hotel then goose and spicy crab, drink in the hotel bar, then ...
... pray for good grades. The temple is small, colourful with incense coils suspended from the ceiling. Many elderly people were in the temple, burning incense and praying. We took the opportunity to wander about the nearby streets filled with antique shops. There were some very beautiful jade carvings in the window and one store sold intricately carved mammoth tusks. Looked like ivory. In the afternoon, we decided to visit Kowloon Park which is across Nathan Rd from our hotel. Here ...
... an easy evening tonight temple street market for some food, we try the grilled sticks off a couple off stands and are really lucky. The satay squid and fish cake/dumpling were unusually good. We were dubious to start with not knowing what to choose, but made the right choice in the end. For dessert we spot a bakery across the road and pick up 2 custard tarts and some baked pizza bread for the morning. Its early to bed tonight as we have our earliest start yet ...