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... they claimed to be direct from the factories. I bought nothing but it was interesting. Then we headed back to our apartment complex.
I got home, washed up lightning quick, changed, and ran outside and hopped on a bus. I was going to meet up with a group of people that I hadn’t completely met yet. My connection was the friend who I usually find myself hanging out with, my planning buddy. I joined up with her first and we took a taxi across town and then walked to ...
... the night and couldn’t get comfy. So arriving in HK was weird and confusing because it was already afternoon, when it should have been morning. While I was in HK I stayed with an old school friend (Nicole) who I hadn't seen in 7 years so I was excited. Anyways she didn't finish work until the evening so I had a couple of hours to kill with my three over sized bags. Rather then struggle with that in the centre, I decided to hang around the airport ...
... hit it low and hard into the back which I was usually able to fetch. That win places me at 9th overall for the tournament out of 29 players in the 45+. I'm pretty pleased with that result for my first World Masters. All of the players have talked about the nerves that they have had to overcome. Mine were definitely in my second round loss. So 4 and 1 for the week, not too shabby. Our American comrade,Julie Kessler, won her match today in the consolation plate final, 3-1. ...
... we go for dinner. The quality of the food and the service is excellent. After dinner we go off to explore the ship. We walk through some double doors and find ourself inside the ship theatre. The show only lasts 45 minutes and the star attraction is someone playing the Hammer Dulcimer which is an instrument you play by hitting the many strings with a couple of bamboo hammers, if like me you didn't know.
From there we find ourselves in the Queen's Room where there ...
It seems we have finally started to overcome the jet lag. But today is a day without a plan, so over breakfast the negotiations begin........ After some discussion, we finally decide to go and see the world famous Jade Market, which unlike most of the other markets is only open during the day. A quick read on the internet and away we go. The Jade Market is a hawkers market of some 400 or so stalls, but buyer beware. This is not a place to get ...