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Ok...ready to go! We're headed off to The beautiful Yunnan providence. It's Grahme, my mate from Austraila and AJ my Chinese friend. We are waiting to get a thumbs up from AJ but I'm sure he wants to go and will work it out. Bad news...after AJ's meeting he won't be going. Grahme and I are dissapointed and so is AJ but he wishes us well and promises to go on the next trip. Ok... so it's Grahme and I. Wait a minute, Grahme, after finding out it's going ...
... are made. Although we are 100% in accord that a facelift is in order for the land of La Vista, our lovely neighborhood, we also are not looking forward to a minimum of six months of noise, dust and inconvenience.
Ergo, we've been looking around for the last few months for a new home.
It's been a fun activity on the weekends...going here and there with our trusted realtor in Discovery Bay...trying to find a more spacious flat at a reasonable price. ...
... währen am Horizont nicht die Umrisse und blinkenden Werbungen der riesigen Casinos zu sehen.
In Macao haben wir uns zu dritt ein Zweibettzimmer in einem drei Sterne Hotel geteilt und lagen so preislich trotz Frühstücksbuffet noch unter dem Preis in den Chungking Mansions. Wir haben uns die vielen UNESCO Weltkulturerbe Stätten angeschaut und haben das mediterrane Flair genossen, bevor wir abends die Casinos ...
... table, I walked away from this trip having $200 USD. That covered the cost of my plane ticket. HAHA! O'Doyle rules.
After my trip to Macau, I headed back home to do a little laundry because the next day, I was off to the most amazing beach in the world: Railay Beach. Hey, I had a rough week so far, I think I deserve a little R & R. :-)
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... but no way were we climbing/slipping down into the darkness!
With no kaido (wee ferryboat) ready, we just made our way back along the prom, passing tons of new Friday evening arrivals to the pier, where a ferry was waiting to take us back to Hong Kong Island.
It was a braw day out away from the mass crowds and vehicles of the main island. It's a pity we'll miss the annual Bun Festival in May - I'd definitely come back for that!!! :o)