The South China Hotel
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... us to partake of the flesh and blood of our Lord and to be in communion with Him so that we can have eternal life and be raised on the last day. This sacrament shall be held as of
The Sabbath day, the seventh day of the week (Saturday), is a holy day, blessed and sanctified by God. It is to be observed under the Lord's grace for ...
... we paid for in Europe. After lunch we decided to take the tram to the peak to get a good view of Hong Kong. Upon arrival at the entrance, the line up was over 1000 people long, at least a 60 minute wait, so we scrapped that idea and walked through Hong Kong park instead. The park was nicely laid out with a large aviary, plant conservatory, several small lakes and a few amphitheatres. We certainly enjoyed the Central district of Hong Kong better than ...
I did not like waking up to an alarm this morning. The bed swallowed me whole last night and the thought of moving makes my brain hurt. It's too much to comprehend right now.
Ben being the efficient, 'Need to get **** done!' man that he is, is already up and rumbling through the paperwork we will have to bring with us today. Between doing that, searching Visa agencies in Hong Kong and how close in proximity they are to us, ...
... around the harbor which is was surrounded by all type of boats. We were told that we be able to see how the fisherman still lived on their tiny boats. To this day they still hang their laundry and fish out to dry. Perhaps they do, but all we saw today were empty boats of all sizes.
I don't know if it's a government regulation, but the tour guide told us he has to take us to a government owned shop everyday. Today is was a ...
... could hear the chanting in the distance, it felt quite safe where we were.
Next morning Michelle took Patrick & me to a popular local restaurant for breakfast. After breakfast we said farewell to Michelle, as she was flying back to Beijing. We caught the subway to Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal on Lantau Island. We caught the 5.7 kilometre cable car ride to the Big Buddha. We climbed up the steps to the Buddha & then went to the Po Lin Monastery nearby. ...