Regent Garden Hotel
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... way as people got off to the exit. It was about 15p and we found ourselves by a Sunday market that catered for the Chinese. It made a change to see a fishmonger selling things we recognised. A train ride towards our hotel found us in Times Square another huge mall. Kate was pleased to find a M & S and bought a t shirt and a pair ...
... a coffee.. Terrible. Ordered one from the other counter. Better.
Ate and now we are on some benches resting. Only 4 more hours until we board here for home.
I WANT A GOOD COFFEE so hard!!!!!!
Mmmm 2 hours sleep on the airport bench, I drooled a lot! It's 8:30am in HK. 10:30am in Melbourne and 10:30pm in NY.
The final leg was ok. As we were ...
... still maintain their stilt houses over the water and dried fish market. Ethan spotted a whole shark skin dried and plenty of fresh seafood still alive for sale. Next stop is the Big Sitting Buddha statue where a relic of Buddha is housed. The statue is located on top of a hill on the Island and we took 265 steps from the bottom of the statue to bottom of the hill. Next to the statue is Po Lin ...
... away they are orphans. Being where she has lived for the last 10 years, helps us better understand what she has gone through. It is great that she was allowed to go to school, but also sad as all the moms were standing out in front of the school waiting to pick up their children for lunch and Mia never had a mom waiting for her. We are very excited that this is going to be a change for her. I can tell that she is ...
... it. On the journey up we were joined by a Chinese family with small kids who made a racket the whole way up but thankfully it didn't take long to get to the top. Ben and I made our way to the infamous Big Buddha and had a great time. Even went up the Buddha and then when back down you could buy incense to light. I lit 3 big sticks for me, my mum and dad and then Ben and I lit a load of smaller ...