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... breakfast in the hotel restaurant. The ability to eat anything and everything was a very exciting concept for the kids, as was the fact that donuts, chocolate croissants, cakes and muffins accompanied the usual breakfast foods.
We moved into more appropriate rooms after breakfast then headed to the shopping mall next door, to buy Steve some clothes. The shopping centers and public spaces over here have a very unpleasant, distinct smell to them (or ...
... on the plane due to lack of seats. Graciously, Steve gave Emma and I the 2 remaining Business Class seats while the 3 boys sat in Economy (Sam and Lochie were not impressed about this!) This plane was small and hot. Emma moaned and groaned the whole flight and vomited as we landed, and Sam was also ill.
Cathay lost Steve’s suitcase somewhere along the way, ...
... but they didn’t have it so I settled for X-Men instead. When I got to the Hong Kong airport I had to wait 5 hours until I could board the next plane because it was delayed 2 hours. That flight then wasn’t so good. It was very hot, squishy, and small. When I got to the hotel it was just before 1am (4am Aus time) and I was very exhausted and cold. Before I knew it I was in my bed asleep in ...
... into the Dacheng to see the Lantern Festival, which was brilliant.
We then went to our little restaurant, Fish, and had spicy liver and beansprouts and spicy cauliflower, and finished off with a cocktail at a new bar we discovered, called at the Mandarin Garden Hotel at Confucius Temple.
Nanjing is the capital of fluffy brown poodles! Everybody has them on leads, sitting in bikes, balanced on e-bikes, popping up out of shopping baskets, or from inside people's jackets. We have even seen them being pushed around in pushchairs! They are often dressed up to the nines, but this one takes the biscuit with shoes as well as a teddy on his dungarees!!