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... the fifth floor they had a bizarre exhibition of polish folk culture,
featuring art, traditional necklaces and jewellery. It was good however very
out of place haha
As neither of us had caught the bus before, both of us
decided that we would try and increase our knowledge of public transport by
catching the bus to Bei Hai park… this worked well but Buses in China are not
quite up to the same standard as trains. While waiting at the bus stop ...
... showed us around the city providing us a really great local tour through all the things Hong Kong has to offer. We ended up visiting the botanic gardens in the city center, the 360 degree cable car attraction that takes you over several islands up to an enormous Buddha statue, visited the Bruce Lee exhibition and took the star ferry across the river back to our place in Hong Kong.
All in all we had spent one month ...
... photo with her father and young daughter. I lost count of how many photos were taken by various people. I didn’t hear any complaints that their camera was broken. To say that Geoff was hot sweaty and exhausted was an understatement, but he was very pleased with himself. He deserved his bottle of coke.
After the wall we went to the Ming Tombs. This was quite a pretty spot, the Emperor is buried ...
... my first time here at the movies, and it was good. Here, people actually adhere to sitting in their assigned seats, which I guess is necessary when most movies are booked out due to the large population.
Cultural Week started officially with the opening ceremony on Monday afternoon. I was so impressed with the performers that the school brought in; they were professionals, and extremely talented in their fields. We were treated to ...
... br> Not thinking of it, two weeks later I get home from work and there's a travel package from China Spree Tours in the mail. Ok, what ever, another one of our hundreds of travel magazine subscriptions we get every week. A couple weeks pass and, next thing I know, I'm at the Chinese Consulate applying for a Visa. Um... What the hell did I just get myself into? Before reality could sink in, it was the week before we're to depart ...