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... but that comes a wee bit later because we first need to meet the monster princess that is pregnant and her protectors. She is on the run because some other monsters don’t want this baby to be born… yeah I don’t know why either. While on the run the protectors lose the princess and apparently meet the nerdy guy. The girl protector keeps talking about how he smells and you wonder if that means she plans to eat him. Luckily, maybe, for him he has a ...
... way but the all over experience and I learnt so much!! When my parents were here in Hong Kong one of their friends was a Chinese born English, Chinese studies Professor and after not receiving a Christmas card from this year, dad was determined to track her down and see if she was ok. And at 93 she was still kicking and so on the ball that she surpassed dad when she remembered the little ...
... It turned out to be really good!!! They had loads of different shows and feedings but there was only one I was interested in- yep you guessed it.... The dolphins show. We missed the beginning but it was the sea lion part. Paul said it was nothing on the shows in Florida; no hoops in sight. I absolutely loved it but it was the first time I'd seen them like that. Paul managed to win me another teddy, an orange elephant that I really wanted to keep but we have ...
... holding the lid down. The weather was just beautiful, the sky crystal clear. A big but enjoyable day.
ABERDEEN FLOATING VILLAGE
Aberdeen floating village is located at the Aberdeen Harbour in the Southern District of Hong Kong. The harbour contains approximately 600 junks, which house an estimated 6,000 people.
Since the 19th century, Aberdeen has emerged as one of the most important fishing ports in Hong Kong. ...
... of salespeople. Jo showed polite interest but we managed not to buy anything.
The final stop was the Stanley Market which is world famous for clothes, jewellery, Chinese handicrafts and curios. We had a good look round but did not buy anything (actually we didn’t have any money). Stanley Bay nearby is somewhat reminiscent of a seaside resort in the UK with typical English pubs but also Starbucks and MacDonald’s situated adjacent to each ...