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... is the Po Lin Monastery, the monks who live here organised the build of the big Buddha. Everywhere around you you see people light incense sticks, big and small! And praying to the Buddhas present at the monastery. The monastery is built in Chinese style with beautiful colours. Inside there are different rooms for the different Buddhas. One of the rooms was filled up with 10,000 Buddhas, all over the room, very impressive and beautiful!
Sweet Des bought us girls some ...
... decided that although at this stage China had worn us out and Hong Kong was subway after subway, foot ache day after day and never finding food; we loved it and would describe it as an 'Old but new Chinese English New York!' Basically it's a world city and it rocks! We said bye to the rest of our China tour friends over a local beer in the busy Hong Kong streets and are now sat on the plane from Hong Kong to Kuala Lumpur for 3 days in Malaysia before heading to Bali for a week and loving it all! ...
... before heading back to the room but we will put off the dreaded packing till tomorrow morning but at least it will be for the last time. We have certainly enjoyed the travelling and I am really glad we did it as I have been to some great places and seen some wonderful sights, eaten and drunk my way through South East Asia and onto the final destination, Brisbane, where i am likely to carry this on but with a lot of exercise in ...
So I've spent the last week fiercely procrastinating. Mainly because I didn't really know where to start. But today is the day and, thanks to Vanessa and Himanshu, I was actually ready. Vanessa came over last night and helped me finish off the packing, tidying and cleaning that I still had left to do. She also sorted out some travel insurance for me. Himanshu went and got me Philippine Peso and US Dollars and left me with his credit card to book somewhere to ...
... with him, we walked to Harbour City, to check out some shops.
By the time we had finished it was time for lunch so we chose a Japanese restaurant in the centre and had a light lunch of sashimi, rice, and miso soup.
On our way back to Central we made a snap decision, to go to Causeway Bay and go to Sogo department store.
Well that was a big mistake !.
They were having a week long sale, and it was bedlam inside.
Still not to be deterred we both ...