Warwick Hotel Cheung Chau
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... can tell a lot of phones are coming from this part of the world all of the small Chinese people were only looking down on their phones. Lot of jewelry shops and lot of cheap chines clothes how we know it in Europe. Size small and a lot of hello kitty going on. We never thought we are that that tall but yeah between all these Chinese people you can tell right away.haha Again with local transport to an open Chinese market ...
... boat. Very reminiscent of the floating villages seen in Vietnam. - trip to some markets by the sea (Stanley markets). It is really hot and humid! - shopping (albeit window shopping) took up the rest of the time. We found a great area with lots of Australian/American/UK brands. - saw some of the occupy HK protestors, as well as heaps of Police. Seemed pretty peaceful ...
... school. 2) Fresh spring rolls - so fresh and tasty and so easy to make. 3) Kinilaw - a Filipino recipe that is definitely 'world class'. 4) Vietnamese Coffee - the only way to start the day in Vietnam. Worst Bits (there are very few): 1) Karaoke Buses - thank goodness we haven't adopted that here. 2) Joy Travel - the hideously poor service at Halong Bay but it still couldn't ruin the feeling of being there. 3) Coming Home. Things for next time: ...
... move on and with a final few "let's be in everyone else's photos" by Mac the rock star, it was off to our final Shanghai lunch at Z-Dragon (Mac has renamed it for the Japanese clientele as Dragon Ball Z). This restaurant is for "foreigners" and was conveniently situated next to the Pearl and Jade Outlet. ALARM BELLS were clanging. Oh dear, this was lunch nightmare in Shanghai part two. We couldn't believe it. Given what had happened the day before at lunch, there was ...
... 14th floor before the drinks and Jack was 'wow, this is only the 14th floor'. I think he needs to visit high buildings a bit more so roll on Park Hyatt in Beijing!
Need to get to bed now as tomorrow we are up early for Ocean Park! Groan. All those fast rides that when you throw up your breakfast you just hope you are at the turn that hangs out over the ocean so it will miss all the other people below!