- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... that not one of them was Chinese. Eventually found a cafe on the third floor of a shopping complex rather like the ones in Shanghai/Beijing, though most of the shops were still shut at 11.30 am. Walked up through Kowloon Park, a quiet haven in amongst the madness with lovely dig mature trees, an aviary, a big swimming complex and a sculpture park. Peaceful. Decided we could not find what we were looking for on this side without being harassed so walked back to the ...
... table. We ordered two noodle dishes and a sweet and sour chicken. As the place mainly caters to large groups and families sharing dishes, the portions of the orders were massive. The food was lovely and fresh (its easy to know when the dishes come out at different times) but it seemed like we had hardly made a dent in the massive plate when we finally threw in the towel. It was perfect thinking food and after figuring out what we wanted to buy and the price ...
... and China. Though dramatically different countries, I can confirm to you, reader, that the U.S. occasionally gets equal or slightly less airtime (somedays, more) than the countries' themselves--and remember, one of these is a Communist nation. Every single person I've met has an opinion about the U.S. (massively conflicting), Obama (typically positive), and even George Bush (that one's always negative). From the tea farmers I stayed with in Yunnan Province, to ...
... Show the Hebei Acrobatic and Magic Show. The show started with a dragon dance and then a comical drunken lion with a couple of acrobats inside. A mysterious character danced amongst Chinese dancing girls somehow managing to change his face mask at intervals. A strongman stood on two sharp knives and a lady did remarkable things with hoops. After all the excitement we retired to bed, too tired to make it to the other end of the ship for ballroom
... glorious addition to the skyline is underway :) After a brief rest we undertook another nocturnal adventure, it seems that after dark Hong Kong takes on another glitzier more lively persona, but more of that tomorrow. For now I will leave you with a question. What does a six foot dancing carp and the house of the rising sun have in common? Guesses are welcome, and the answer will be in tomorrow's blog as long as I remember :). Goodnight sleep tight ...