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... was delicious. While I lost count of how many dishes we consumed I would guess about 15 types of dim sum, two bowls of soup, a giant plate of noodles, capped off with a bowl full of sweet red beans. Dom's cousin met us for lunch but she was late so Denise ordered a bunch of stuff before she showed up. Gwynn and I were already full by the time she got there and then we had to eat another dozen plates of food. She reminded us of a Jewish Grandmother- she kept putting ...
... tourists. It is a boulevard running along the harbour that is modelled after Hollywood's walk of fame. We decided to skip this one and to go have dinner instead.
These two days were filled with sight-seeing and definitely awoke the tourist in me! Just yesterday we booked tickets to fly to Taipei (Taiwan) this Friday and I'm also planning trips to Korea and China. I've got so much more to tell you guys, many more entries will follow in the next few ...
... feel to the markets in Bangkok although the traders here tended to be slightly more aggressive in sales approach. Catherine on a couple of occasions went from being a 'best friend' to a '****er' quite quickly.
Walking up Victoria peak provided us with a remarkable view of the city and buildings, some of which made London's shard look like a three storey town house, and went as far as the eye could see overlooked by beautiful lush and rolling peaks. A trip to what seemed ...
... had closed but another had opened - although it did not have what I was looking for.
Then we headed down to the Art Museum. This had a huge exhibition by a sculptor named Ju Ming. A number of his sculptures were outside and a big exhibition inside. He has gone through a number of phases, but most of his sculpture is done with chisels and chain saws and he creates whimsical and interesting people in a variety of materials - wood, ...
... one street, every shop is Harvey Nicholls and Tiffanys, but on the next, it's back to plastic stools and chicken gizzards on the menu like the rest of China.
We visited the Man Mo Confucian temple, which was an illuminating (and smoky) experience. It's a religion that is clearly alive and well; as well as the dozens of coils of incense burning away on the ceiling, there is a steady stream of worshippers lighting huge bunches themselves and wafting ...