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... Clothes,And Watches.
After Roaming Their,We Went Back To Our Cruise.
The Phoenix Island Buildings Were Looking Beautiful.
In Evening We Had DJ Night.We Drank We Dance.We Enjoyed.Later.
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... a shame as we like a drop or two and just paid through the nose in order to drink it. We did not have a decent cup of tea anywhere! The problem is not the tea in China, it's the milk. Hotels only provide creamer and shops only sell long life in small cartons. In 2008 there was a big health scare regarding milk, the authorities say that 300,000 people were affected and 6 babies died. Two people at the centre of the problem were executed, but now almost all milk you can buy to drink ...
... over 90%) of tourists have been Chinese. There seems a very wide income gap (probably disposable income gap as the basic cost of living is low) between the unskilled / semiskilled workers and the professional middle class. The middle classes are looking to spend their surplus money on their only child, cars, holidays and enjoying themselves and trips out are increasingly popular. To stay in the hotel we are in at the moment would cost someone on the ...
... with money so booked a very expensive hotel, part of the Raffles chain, on the beach. I think I fell for the old sales gimmick of saying how much off the price was, not the price you actually pay. Anyhow we are here now and will try and make the most of our sumptuous surroundings, champagne anyone? The strange thing is it seems empty, there are four restaurants, we stuck our noses in all of them this evening, there could not have been more that twenty people in total dining yet ...
... garden we couldnt find out.
If you really want to enjoy it, either put some Jack Johnson Mp3 on your phone and plug in your ear phones so you dont get annoyed by all the megaphone yelling tourist guides or stroll around this area of the park on your way back in the afternoon when its nearly empty.
Another tip is to hike up the hill instead of taking the cart. As no chinese person would be so stupid to walk up if ...