Pavilion Century Tower
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... two people from different cultures collide, we learn from each other to make our own cultures better. If we fail to learn and look down on the other, we fail to advance our knowledge and get stuck in a rut and society becomes stagnant. It is for this reason that UKIP must be stopped but if I start talking about British Politics, then this blog will become one major rant so back we go to my adventures.
As Christmas is approaching rapidly, I decided to ...
... 8217;s apartment to finalise packing before heading to the airport.
We have had a marvellous time in Hong Kong. We appreciate very much that Norm and Sue were willing to have us stay so soon after they had moved in and we really enjoyed helping them get a few thing organised in their apartment. We also were grateful for their ‘guiding’ skills, especially Sue’s. Hong Kong is a spectacular city and we can’t wait to go back.
... did lots of walking today all through Lan's local area and it was quite hot and humid so by lunchtime we were ready for something to eat and air conditioning! We had dim sum in one of the shopping centres and we amused one of the waitresses putting soy sauce on things. She kept laughing at us and then pointing out what sauce goes with what. Then she was amused at me getting hot and fanning myself. Once again we were the only westerners ...
Last day in Honkers and arguably we saved the best until last!
The beautiful coastal town of Stanley, a 45 minute bus ride on the south coast of Hong Kong island is a former fishing hamlet before the British invaded (we get elsewhere) and a wonderful contrast from the city break madness of Hong Kong itself.
Taking the express bus from Central bus station, which winds along the twisty turney coast road, you hurtle through several sleepy ...
... aspect aside, it's a business that should definitely come to Reading! We watched Jobs (about Steve), 'twas fairly interesting.
After the movie we went for food and drinks on the beach (there's a pattern emerging here). On the way back to our hotel, we were slightly confused when we came across a cow in the middle of the pub street. We spent some time trying to work out if we'd had our drinks spiked, as seeing a cow in the middle of a street well known for its partying ...