Tian Xin Hotel
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... elderly,and needing assistance..from start to finish they are outstanding,we loved our journey,and will add it to our life experiences with much pleasure..
Thought we were going to avoid having to see all the MH 17 flowers, but no ..as we came up the escalator to the higher level,here they all were, huge, beautiful tributes,toys,hats and more, people gathered taking pictures....so very sad..
The Airport is so busy,we had not a long wait,seeing the Israel ...
... I was, it's the damn principle. You should be able to change what you want if it's only been a few moments. Also, you should put the prices on the menu, ****** restaurant people. When I was a waitress, you know how many times I had to change people's stupid orders after I told the chef what they wanted? It's really easy to do, especially at a breakfast place, where most of the stuff is just soup and dumplings.
After that, we followed a walking ...
Well today was the final day, final day also for cramming more stuff into our already overloaded bags, we had until 12noon to be out of our room but Nikki decided that she still had things to buy, but most of the shops only opened at 11-11.30am which meant we were hanging around waiting. We had put our bags in the hotel storage so luckily we didn't have to drag the bags around. When the shops finally opened, the girls were happy ...
... of wine in 3 months, so good!
I also had my first Tai chi class this morning, outside by the bay. It is mostly old people that practice this sport as it is not too demanding physically. It is said to have many health benefits. Our teacher was excellent.
Later we decided to go to Lantau Island which is 4 times bigger than Hong Kong Island but with a tenth of ...
... to see the famous Big Buddha. This involved around 200 steps (we lost count midway as our legs felt like jelly!) When we reached the top the Buddha itself was also covered in cloud, but we could just about make out its features and grasp its overall scale. The evening was spent packing ready for our flight to the Philipines (next stop Manilla) and treating ourselves to the sights of the night market ...