Kempinski Hotel Shenzhen
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... fitness room at the football club, I took the shuttle over the the squash club to prepare some more and play. The matches were ahead of schedule so we actually got on half an hour earlier. Our American roommates had given me tips as to what to expect against Hope Prokop of the US and all of it was bang on. I was fairly nervous and unsettled in the first game. Hope hits the ball hard and I responded the same way never really finding any good length. In the humidity of ...
... me off at Dickinson for grossly misinformed comments, I wasn't far from them ideologically. What I know now, though, has changed my perspective. I no longer feel such a deep disappointment in my country (embarrassed is a better word), but at least slightly more proud. I'm not even close to calling myself a patriot, but I don't have a desire to overthrow the government either. If anything, I feel compelled to use what I've learned abroad to help improve my country. ...
... at the dealer... who in turn removed all the chips off the table. The house always wins! Considering the minimum bet on the cheapest table was $50 (about £30) the amount of money being won and lost was immense. We saw some of the high rollers playing at tables with a $1000 minimum bet.
The following day we visited the older part of Macau which dated back to the Portuguese era. We began at Senado Square which ...
The Hong Kong China Temple is located in the beautiful
residential district of Kowloon Tong, a suburb of Hong Kong on the Kowloon
Peninsula. The temple proper occupies the top three floors of the building while a meetinghouse, mission office, apartments for the temple president and
mission president, and Beehive …
... unruly, we had a great day. After the parade, a Chinese woman forced me to have a photo taken with her two little, terrified, girls. My basic Mandarin pulled through and I said "hello" to them till they felt better. It's actually more strange now, when people still consider us enough of a novelty to want photos, because I'm so used to just being normal in Hong Kong.
Anyway, my family had a lovely holiday, and now I'm looking forward to the next visit.