The Upper House
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... I'm a bit disappointed that Daniel Craig didn't join us for a vodka martini last night! Saturday 25th: A great day, if a little grey, wet and humid! We started with Dim Sum for brekkie, with about a gallon of tea (we wimped out on the chicken feet with abalone sauce!), caught the ferry over to Hong Kong Island and then just wandered. We spent a good couple of hours ascending the Island on the "mid level escalators", peering nosily in the windows ...
... 37 next week. This is equivalent to over 100 years in human terms.
We visited the aquarium, went to get a map and were entertained by a balloon artist, who somehow put a nail through a balloon, then got Ed to try with less good results. We tried the carousel, but for some reason (possibly because Ed was bad at getting on the Orca) I had to sit with him. The ride was pretty slow and certainly didn't warrant the seatbelt I had to wear.
Then got the big ...
... cheap. -Do take a visit to the markets in Kowloon. Our highlights were the goldfish (and tropical fish) market, where plastics bags filled with water and live fish are displayed, ready for purchase for home aquariums, at prices considerably cheaper than in New Zealand. The bird market, where birds of all shapes, sizes and colors are displayed (for sale) in fancy cages, that are also included in the purchase price, and the flower market, more like a ...
... menu was as follows: Appetizer – orso, pumpkin and raisin salad. Pan fried fish with tomato, parsley and lemon myrtle sauce, new potatoes, green beans and carrot. I didn’t actually like the fish, so I gave most of it to John. A nice Norgen Vaas ice cream tub flavoured banana and cream rounded off the meal. john was having a cup of tea and asked the steward for some milk, and he replied " White milk?" !!!!
The corrugations in the sky ...
... left in Sydney and mine were keeping them company. Who brought this clown???...nothing but trouble...should have brought Stedo!!! After leaving all our details for our little babies sleepovers it was into a limousine and into Honk Kong. 10 different bars and 20 different beer prices...so confusing. Had dinner with the locals in a dingy little shop, food was great but the chef was eating next to us and spitting out bits and pieces onto his table...wow That's about it for day ...