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Travel Blogs from Taishan
... Buddha worshippers. One could not easily grapple with the fact that not far away were the busy HK International airport and HK Disneyland.
Ocean park was indeed an unparalleled paradise for family fun. Panda An An undoubtedly got many loyal fans across the globe. Marine creatures such as dolphins and seals were active performers, livley and entertaining. Cable cars carried vistiors across the greens with ...
... crabs to bring home and cook. It was entertaining to watch. It was even funnier when the little guy uncovered the bucket to show Toby the crabs and those buggers made a run for it. Slight commotion as they rounded up the escapees.
Dinner was in a private room at Fun Garden Hotel with as many of Sophie's immediate family that could make it before heading back to the village.
One of Sophie's cousins, a young boy will remember ...
... concrete for the entire region) was non-operational, temporarily or permanently? There was an old lookout tower (these in every village) used during the wartimes to watch for invading Japanese.
Each village has a gate built at the main entrance. I was told these gates were funded by village families who had emigrated and sent funds back to build these gates.
It IS a story. Maybe long, maybe entertaining. You had to be there.
When Sophie went with Toby to the AC office at HKG, she must have put the fear of something into those people.
She called Saturday morning, confirmed they had the bag and got annoyed and loud when told it was not enroute yet. I believe the calls (yes, plural) concluded with: Get moving now. Give me the courier's number.
... there are endless fields of green (rice).
Disconcerting how everyone referred to the house in Taishan to me: "Do you want to go Home now?" or when I asked to pop over later in the day for photos there was confusion until, "Oh, you mean Your house." But I guess that actually makes sense.
Part of the celebrations included the traditional ancestor worship they hustled the 4 of us there to ...