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... The occasional bumps and missteps were met with” sorry”, "excuse me”. Now I know I am not in China!
The next day our destination was The Big Buddha set high on a peak of Ngong Ping village within the enormous Lantau Country Park. From our hotel we headed back towards the airport traversing all those bridges and tunnels once more. On Lantau Island, we took a 6 km cable car ride up to the Village located beside the Temple, Monastery and the ...
... for our trek the following day. I hadn't realised this was going to be such a fun yet exhausting day, we set out around 9am after a greasy breakfast of pancakes and an egg sandwich in to the rice terraces and we walked until about 3pm taking in the scenery on open plains and through tiny paths weaving up and down the terraces. We then had an uneasy lunch of noodles (of course) I say uneasy as just behind me was a cage with a huge snake in it. I kept checking to make sure it ...
... on Saturday. It poured rain this morning, the first day time rain since we arrived on Lantau that first day. It's a good thing I brought my dried sweaty clothes in off the line last night. Just like a local, I have been clothes-pegging my wet stuff on these wires out the front window of our flat which is 5 stories up. So far I have not dropped anything to the street below. Kathy and I headed over to the club at 9:30. When we arrived at the club with our ...
... Look how cheap health care is in Canada!" Listen: I know the U.S. has problems (I'm epileptic living in the land of expensive healthcare) and Americans in general can be pretty misinformed and ignorant, but instead of always condemning it, I'm going to try my best to fix those issue instead of admiring other countries and abandoning my own. Finland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Canada--great nations that Americans really do admire (but won't admit it), ultimately, ...
... saw Norman Foster’s HSBC building and the Bank of Hong Kong
Building which was designed by the Architect of the Louvre in Paris (whose name escapes me just at the moment). Samsung, Panasonic, and lots of others all seem to have their own skyscrapers.
We arrived back on the ship in time for lunch and to capitalise on an empty launderette to deal with our increasing supply of unwashed clothes.
After dinner we went to see the show which tonight was a ...