L'Hotel Nina et Convention Center
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... people stand all around having a drink and chatting. It's nice to have an area like this, otherwise the event can get quite boring. Each race only lasts for 2-3 minutes, and there's about half an hour between two races.
If you walk a bit further, you get to the area where all the die-hard betters are seated. They're all busy going over the race-section in the newspaper and writing down their bets. Once the race is going on, they all start screaming ...
... which was nice and we sat in the middle, but they insisted on closing all of the windows during the flight, plus our TV screens didn't even work properly! Steffie's froze halfway through the flight and mine wouldn't come up with the flight map. Probably some communist information blocks there! There other big bummer was no alcohol which is usually a perk of flying international. Of course flying so early meant that neither of us were tired and we ended up with around 1 hour total naptime ...
... is a unique feature here. I do feel very safe though even at night which is good. I haven't quite worked out whether I can cross the road when there isn't a green man. Very few people do it even when it's clear there are no cars coming, and when I do it I get funny looks. The smell of HK is odd. You can't eat or drink on the trains or in stations. 24 is bad luck apparently, I can't remember the reason why but my hotel doesn't have a 24th ...
... might be a bit young but he worked a treat! For those not familiar with children's apps, look up Elmo Calls.... The general gist of the next three months is: - 2 days in Paris, meeting up with Michael Ferry-Parker, with some sweet trips planned - most of June in L'Abri in Switzerland, the home of Francis Shaffer, for a bit of quiet time, pondering the meaning of life and trying to survive with ...
... Japanese occupation days of World War II. The Chief Executive House is the only government building that has Japanese modifications to it. These modifications replaced the British ones during World War II. The governor of Hong Kong lived here until 1997. Feng Shui masters have attended the house making sure the room has ...