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... to chat before going off to do her own thing. So I ended up missing my planned window to leave. I walked out to a new bus stop and hopped on a new bus number (to me anyway) and headed to a spot I had only seen from the chartered school bus window. The apartments are known as Coastal Rose and I was finally meeting a person I have been talking to since last summer. He had invited me to a small group of gamers to play Stone Age and The Castles of Burgundy. We joined 2 ...
... barrier was never really an issue. Everyone got the message across and even the nurses who didn't speak much English were very sweet and reassuring. I was an inpatient for two days but they let me go home at night which was super. They even gave me a very attractive pair of checked pyjamas, some thick long socks, and a light blue house coat to wear, although being a little taller than the average the pyjamas left a lot of ankle on display. I was popped ...
... from where we were staying, so we visited a couple of times. I will publish this blog after I have my residents permit, as we are in China, and you never know how much you are being monitored.
On our last day we went to the races at Sha Tin! Being close to the date of Dad's passing, we did what we did on That Melbourne Cup day, and backed names that had any meaning. Stupid idea, or Dad just isn't having the pull he had that day. Haha. Not even one collect! Nought. ...
... Ham and Sherry". The food was very good. I finally had some beef that didn't taste like mystery meat. We took the tram back to our hood, walked Deb up to her hotel and shuffled home for a good night's sleep. Tomorrow is my semi-final match in the special plate. I am playing Valerie Jean Elie of France. I have no idea who she is. My match is at 11:40 at the Football Club, a much better facility to warm up at, eat at, and swim at. Looking forward to ...
... and set off to find one.
But of course now we need one we cannot find a luggage shop anywhere. Eventually we try our luck in a huge branch of the Japanese Department Store Sogo. Eventually, on the ninth floor we find what we are looking for. A whole floor of luggage. We choose a red one. It will help us remember the good times we had with Oily Old Red. We drag New Red back to the hotel and then go back out again. This time we turn left out of the hotel. You know ...