Marco Polo Shenzhen
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... time it got going the breaks would come on!! Paul thinks it may have been because there wasn't a lot of weight on it (maybe a quarter full). What anticlimax! We decided not to go again! We wondered off and found one of those rides that take you up then drop you suddenly. Now, I absolutely HATE these rides! Give me any roller coaster in the world but not these!! As we got to the top Paul was trying to release my death grip from the handle bars and because I ...
... International Airport. It took us about 10 minutes to go through the usual procedures before getting to the Starbucks in the arrivals hall. After meeting up with our cousin here, we took a 30 minute cab ride to the heart of Hong Kong Island. After dropping our bags off, our cousin took us to a nice restaurant with the usual Chinese items: dumplings, noodle soup, irregularly-cut chicken, etc. After we finished, ...
... now faith in the airline food. During the course of the flight she was continually rummaging in her bag for food, so I got my first into intro eastern food - dried tofu blocks, fried vegetables and loads of dried fish, they looked rarther like small ...
... as stupid as a filibuster (I've vowed to destroy that with an iron fist)? Malaysia, a country that I've also learned a lot about while over here, has a carbon-copy U.S. Constitution as its own, promising all of the same. And through personal experience and anecdotes, it hardly obeys any of it. Sure, there's freedom of religion, but what the hell does it matter when one religion is, under law, preferred? What does it matter if a "pure-blood" Malaysian is preferred over ...
... we potter in to the arcade and are treated to a bewildering display of silk, brocades and fabrics of every colour and description.
Back out into the rain and I noticed that Hong Kong has something in common with Swansea. Unlike Kowloon, which is on the whole flat with some hills, Hong Kong is a series of hills - of course Victoria Peak being the most famous, with a city on the top. So if you get lost you just head downhill to the harbour ...