Sichuan Business Hotel
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... mulled wine; distilled in front of my very eyes and accompanied by cookies and a cinnamon stick. Dinner was a fantastic buffet, with the largest dessert selection I have ever seen, although I'm pretty disappointed to say that I only actually tried four of them before I got too distracted by the Secret Santa and raffle. The buffet also had a very impressive selection of cheeses, which we made straight for, cheese being a luxury item for us here. Unfortunately, the cheese board ...
... seems ridiculous, but thing is, Asians don't want to get tan. They want to stay as white as possible, which is why many women carry umbrellas around to protect them from the sun, they wear sun hats, scarves around their faces, etc. Apparently, some people even wear face-kini's: a head-to-toe bathing suit (I have yet to observe that myself).
After the busy weekend, on Monday it was finally time for the real Mid-Autumn festival! We went to Victoria Park to see ...
... Though we arrived back at the airport at 5.00pm, for a 6.45pm departure, our Saturday still had another approximately 18 hours to go.
So long Hong Kong! Our 16.5-hour flight took us across the Pacific Ocean and over Alaska and Canada and into New York City’ s JFK International Airport at 10:45pm.
It ended up being a long day - 33 hours to be exact – and we were stoked to sleep in a bed.
Headed to south Florida tomorrow! ...
The day finally arrived.
I was so excited and anxious for my trip/birthday I woke up at 3 a.m. and couldn't fall back asleep. So, I finished packing a few last things and hung out with Bailey for a couple hours before my parents awoke and drove me to the airport at 5:30 a.m. And yes, surprisingly, there was traffic. Turning 24 was a little stressful, to say the least.
My flight to San Francisco was 6.5 hours. In my mind, 6.5 hours is a ...
... art works from the Xubaizhai collection featuring different paintings from the Ming and Qing dynasties - this was a journey into the history of Chinese painting.
This was a very interesting exhibition and quite unexpected.
After a few hours at the museum, we walked to Nathan Road to call upon Thomas , the optician who cares for our glasses.
Barry had a pair of sun glasses in need of repair- which Tomas agreed to do.
It was now lunch time, so ...