Indulgence Living (and Restaurant)
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... whilst we were there. There were two groups of photographers taking photos of models in wedding dresses and suits which made it a bit more memorable. We keep walking for a few hours with nothing very interesting to look at. Then, out of nowhere, it opens up into spectacular view over the tea plantations. They are really impressive and even top the views from the top of the mountain earlier. As we walk down through they you see great view after great view. With the sun out but ...
... with bits of chicken in it, a bowl full of different veg stuffed with what i think was a fish or meat pattie, but my favourite by far was yesterdays chicken and beansprout dish... Soooo goooood! On wednesday we visited another temple-cave full of statues "donated" by people (i.e sponsored rather than brought in). They had some interesting nooks and crannies in there for worship and reflection. Apparently most of the Chinese community here are Buddhist hence ...
... are currently cracking down on illegal immigrants, so a big chunk of the workforce has disappeared. The work is very physically demanding and workers are paid by the kilo. The wage is fairly poor by local standards: about eight pounds per day. The plantation is owned by a Scottish family and still runs similarly to how it did when it was set up before the Second World War. In the factory, the two rolling machines have been in constant use since 1935. ...
... they were really good. We walked to the bus terminal to book bus tickets got the following day. Everywhere we go we get really starred at, sometimes people smile or wave, but mainly just starring. In the evening we got food at Plan B, it was really good food but we had to wait so long for them to serve us. So we boycotted their desserts and had waffles at Harold's cafe, our favourite establishment in ...
... countryside – a Scottish Castle! Built in the early 1900’s by a Scotsman called William Kellie Smith it was never finished as William died in 1926. The main part of the castle is fully built but the proposed elevator was never finished, only the space for it remains. The separate building behind the Castle is still unfinished and is only a shell of what could have been if it had been finished. You can climb up to the very top to the roof of the Castle ...