Nan Hai Hotel
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ate at place claiming to be a Chengdu restaurant. I split a spicy dumpling dish with H.S. which was pretty good. Then we meandered back over to the theater. I was excited and thrilled because I was finally about to watch Monster Hunt.
So Monster Hunt tells a story about a world where monsters and humans once live together. Of course the world is no longer like that because all the monsters are in hiding. Except there is a prophecy of a baby ...
... lane and walked through Harbour City it was once a mall full of fishing tackles, Chinese food stalls and market stalls but again we were dissapointed the Harbour City was now all shiny and new full of wall to wall white shiny tiles and big end designer children's clothes stores. It was eye opening to see what some parents who have money dress their kids. We ended up back at the Harbour near ...
... wet- this one wasn't like the ones at home!! I got absolutely drenched!! We'd taken our bag on the ride (had all our valuables) with us because, again, that's what happens on the ones at home- lucky the bag's waterproof because that too got soaked despite my efforts to cover it with my body. On the way round there were people above us shooting us with water cannons- little so n so's!! It wasn't too bad though as it was so hot we dried out quite quickly. We ...
... array of seafood swimming in tanks ready to be cooked for dinner. The meal was lovely and the company was good, we met Dick & Dee from Tassie, exchanged email addresses, also a surgeon and his doctor wife from Switzerland. Then we boarded the bus again to take us to a viewing platform to capture the lights of Hong Kong City, truly spectacular. Our tour guide, Terry was very informative she told us all about the cost of housing, the average ...
... here live on junks and sampans in the harbour and make a living from fishing. There are about 20,000 such people. Once the fisherman people were regarded as a class apart and were unable to mix with land dwellers and marriage with the latter was forbidden. Aberdeen also has a large floating restaurant called the Jumbo restaurant which can seat 1000 people at a time. We had a ride on a sampan and were able to see where the fisherman people lived.