Overseas Chinese Hotel
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... with chocolate, liquor, perfume and absolutely nothing I want. On the other side of that shop was an area that opened up to a little group of restaurants and a few uninteresting stores. They had Starbucks, Wendy’s, an Asian fast food place (that I shuddered at considering my prior days lunch), an A & W (seriously), and one fancy restaurant with a bar that did not look like anyone worked at. I walked to the bar area and peeked at the posted menu and saw nothing ...
... in a sacred rite of passage as far as the Elwell family is concerned…dinner at The Steakhouse at the Intercontinental Hong Kong Kowloon. Bree has heard about this particular restaurant for almost her whole life from her Dad and her brothers James, Sean and Jordon. They all absolutely raved about the whole experience there and when we set off on our adventures nearly 9 months ago this was a non-negotiable item on our international to-do list. So that night we had ...
... we were treated to the nightly light Hong Kong laser and light show displayed on the high rise buildings along the shores of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. While we dined on an incredible buffet dinner, featuring dozens of choices of both Asian and Western dishes along with plenty of seafood, we were entertained by a live band. The only disappointment of the evening was the famous light and laser show. Neither Barbara nor I saw anything to compare with ...
Well, I hate to disappoint everyone, but the tournament did not enforce the skirt policy. However... I did win. It was a very straightforward match. My opponent was Simone from Australia. She was very quick to tell me to take it easy on her and that she was here for fun. We exchanged country souvenirs before the match and I won in 3. We watched and supported all of the women in our group. Julie Kessler from Philadelphia had a very tough match against a ...
... about 70 degrees certainly contributed to the popularity.
The initial part of the trail is pretty steep as we climb atop the dragon's back-- or the mountain ridge. Once on top, the trail undulates (hence the name) for about 2-3 miles. The views of the surrounding sea and mountains was amazing. At the highest point, radio controlled planes were being flown like hawks in the wind.
When we ...