Royal Century Hotel
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... We didn't have coin but the guy at the turnstile took our bills, gave us change and let us through a gate. Since we were still dripping wet and extremely hot, we decided to spring for a cab, which was not bad in price. All the cabs are metered and the driver took us directly to the hotel.
Tonight was the farewell dinner, so after taking showers and getting cleaned up, we headed down to the bar in the hotel. Although there were three tables, ...
... amongst the stall holders selling their wares. It was great to pick up fresh grapes and pawpaw, and some salad veges for the kids. It was also interesting to see the typical little Chinese shops selling their seafood, dried fruit, nuts and medicines. I also browsed the shops down Gough St which is renowned for beautiful, funky homewares and knick knacks. I returned to the hotel around 5pm in time for the kids to ...
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... teaches here. Drinks became dinner. An enjoyable catch-up. Thursday 24th We journeyed to the New Territories, sometimes known as the 'land in between' of Hong Kong and mainland China. We visited Yuen Yuen Institute, a temple dedicated to 3 major religions, Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism, where we found our Chinese Zodiac sign, Marg, Year of The Boar (NOT) Bore, and Sue Year of Dog. Then visited an old village that was walled by the houses which were only 3 inches apart. A real ...
... but it could just be this section we saw. Literally it was a stones throw away. Bruce our guide (they all have a Chinese name and an English name, I wonder if we were to live here we could make up our own Chinese name), that the people here have speciality dishes (rat, cat, dog, snake) and a massive sigh of relief when he said that unfortunately we would not be trying these as they are very expensive. We did however get chicken and sweet corn soup and sweet n sour pork. I'm not ...