Ibis Hotel Dongguan Qingxi
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... tossed but we had cheap seats ($30) so we were up in the
nose bleeds with no AC!! AND... there
wasn’t a drink or snack to be purchased during the entire game! It wasn’t a nail biting game but it was a
first for Tim and me. We were very
thankful to find our bus at the end and get home again.
We still don’t have our passports back and Stella has been working
continuously on our behalf, ...
A very thundery day meant a change of plans when it came to sightseeing. We had to go out to find food so decided to go over to Hong Kong island to look for some western treat food. We found a mall and a Starbucks. So went for lasagne and a mango and passion fruit drink. The weather was atrocious lightning strikes everywhere. We admitted defeat after a few hours and headed back ...
... It was someone's birthday that day and 15 minutes before the park opened she was greeted by Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Also had the opportunity to be the guess of honor to open the park gates. I think that is a special start to anybody's birthday! Most certainly something to remember forever. As we went into the park we got some park maps so that we at least know where we are and what attractions to see at what times. Our 1st ...
... and walk to the beach, this beach is gorgeous on one side but the other has a shocking view of three power station chimneys! We try and relax on the beach but it's a bit chilly at 21 degrees! I never thought I would say that! It amuses Mark and I, maybe we are finally acclimatising. Mark the mad man has a swim in the sea and announces its very cold!!!
We get back on the local ferry after a much less rushed day.
Sundays are for brunch in town, so we headed for Classified in Sai Kung. This is a tradition of Lisa's and Graeme's and one we have joined them in many times. It was an other beautiful morning, hot of course, but with a blue sky again.
We enjoyed wandering through the narrow streets. It was only just after 9am, so most the shops were still closed. Even the square was quiet, but not empty. The usual old ladies sat talking ...