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... 8221; the opponents
hand and lastly for spades you had to “punch” the players hand by slamming your
fist onto it. This continues until you run out of cards… safe to say neither
Christian nor I were completely into this as both of us finished the game with
our hands in tact. Haha Katrin and Adrian (as the brutal Germans they are) were
not impressed by our effort and agreed we needed to be more aggressive aha I will
The five star hotel in Qingdao was right on the beach, with great views of both the mountains and the sea. When you are living out of a suitcase moving from city to city not being able to use a kitchen, the meals that you are provided become really important, the breakfast buffet in this hotel was absolutely incredible, I ate crispy bacon, baked beans, poached eggs with fresh watermelon juice every morning! The evening buffet was equally ...
... is going to keep us very busy during our 24 hours in Macau. Thanks for asking.
On Sept 22nd My good friend and coffee mate asked the we say hi to Debbie Bacon, who performs nightly in the Piano bar. Mike and Jeannie, you will be pleased to know that Debbie just received her 10 year pen for service to HAL. She has quite and evening following.
On Sept 28th The Wagners who cruised with us to the “Top of The ...
... tour the churches, temples and shops, but headed to the Tsingtao beer museum and plant. Speaking no Chinese, together with our friends, Jennie and Don, we found a taxi to take us to the Tsingtao facility. The various displays traced the history of beer production from the beginning in 1903 to current times. We were fascinated with the assembly lines that were bottling, canning and packaging thebeer. The company is quite clean and proud of its ...
... of German settlers during the late 1800's. In fact, the beer here is well known since it was part of the German heritage – we tried some and it is very good!
Again we had a glorious weather day. We didn’t spend much time exploring the city, though we walked along the business district and discovered a very quaint long alley full of street food vendors barbequing squid, ...