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... realized that the tram was closed for repairs, so we ended up taking an hour-long bus up to the peak. The Big Buddha, up 280 steps on the top of the peak, was majestic but also shrouded in thick fog, which fortunately quickly cleared, giving us great views of the Buddha and surrounding landscape. And to top it off, once we got back to the metro station, the food court at the mall there had some of the best dim sum I've had. Tomorrow, off to ...
... s and you each had a gun in which you had to shoot targets around the track. In front was your score. The harder targets gave more points which the kids had no chance and even the adults would need a bit of luck to hit them. But somehow India hit one! Both our scores out did most of the Chinese but Indias especially hit half a million which was double mine! She must of hit a hard target. She ranked level 7 on the board with level 8 being over 1 million. The Chinese ...
... t know what it means that she was left where she was. I'm certain there is a story there that we will never know, but thankfully our Heavenly Father watched over her until she was found and brought to the orphanage we saw today. What a story that will be to tell her one day soon!
Because I delivered the poor who cried for help, and the fatherless who had none to help him.
... yesterday and was really interested by its belly button:
"it's his tummy button"
"oh I've got one here but I can't show you".
She also asked a load of searching questions about where my mum was if I was here, and whether I recycled my water bottles because she doesn't. Fairly usual questions from a four year old.
Anyway, we couldn't decide what to do last weekend as the weather is getting grey, so ...
... had a bloody good wash! This woke us up. We got a bit giddy and decided to go out and explore. In no time we were walking under thousands of bright neon lights taking in the sites and smells that Hong Kong had to offer. Feeling a bit peckish we moved off the main streets, which were filled with shops, to the back streets which had a little more variety in the form of traditional Hong Kong style diners. Now I tend to struggle with a knife and fork at the best of times as ...