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... mulled wine; distilled in front of my very eyes and accompanied by cookies and a cinnamon stick. Dinner was a fantastic buffet, with the largest dessert selection I have ever seen, although I'm pretty disappointed to say that I only actually tried four of them before I got too distracted by the Secret Santa and raffle. The buffet also had a very impressive selection of cheeses, which we made straight for, cheese being a luxury item for us here. Unfortunately, the cheese board ...
... Sooo funny.
We made it! We survived the first leap, and the first thing I plummet into is the soft, large bed. Ben says with delight before we shut out the lights. "I'm going to take a shower every day. Have you seen that shower head. MAKE IT RAIN!"
So we hit the lights. Tomorrow is when we figure out our visa. Until then I will dream of the free breakfast that awaits me in the morning.
... where we had been before. There are buildings in the way and it is so misty and dark that we do not get a view of the Queen Mary 2 before we arrive at the Terminal Gate. The taxi driver speaks to the security guard and then asks us if the name of the boat is the Queen Mary and we confirm it is. He repeats the name to the guard who waves us through. We start going round the terminal. There is another cruise ship at one side but still no sign of the Queen Mary. I am ...
Today we caught a ferry to Cheung Chau, one of the outer Hong Kong Islands, and so did another 1000 or so locals but we now have 'stampede' ferry boarding technique nailed and we had a window seat. En route we had views of the south side of Hong Kong Island and Lamma Island and all the vast diversity of shipping in and around the harbour. Cheung Chau is a traditional Chinese fishing village and the very busy and bustling streets are full of food courts, dried fish stalls, meat and ...
... some time in the temple.Anthony was worried it was sacrilegious to take photos of the god statues though.
We left Tin Hau temple and made our way to the Jade Market. The jade market started off very well and it had some beautiful things but after the first 2 rows i was being pestered by the sale people. It ended up with one lady putting 3 bangles on one hand and holding my arm so i wouldn't take them off. She kept lowering the price one bangle came down from ...