Zhongbao International Hotel
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Maddie will be writing our blogs for the most part this trip. She is doing an GREAT job! We are so impressed. Jack she took your words to heart and we didn't even have to remind her today...she started writing on her own! Today we arrived in Hong Kong at about 8:30 pm. Our Tauck local tour guide led us through the massive Hong Kong Airport to a coach bus (for 5 of us). ...
... way which is downstairs. You get a tray of something to eat and a drink included in the price, this varies, we used the ferry a few times while we were there and it was never the same, it's not a meal, but if you were hungry, it would hold you, but you hope it's going to be a smoth crossing, it can get quite rough at times. Someone from the ferry company come round during the crossing with immigration forms to fill out, just a short name and nationality, and where your ...
... as anyone. This week in Hong Kong, the local Heart Surgery Hospital and one of the Doctors are having a public argument over how bad the services are. The Doctor was canned for faking surgeries, then launched a smear campaign against the rest of the staff. It’s a real confidence builder.
The usual sex scandals involving Generals, actors, rich kids and investment firms, with the reporters generally siding with ...
... our time as well, but well worth it for the luxury. We went out for a dim sum lunch in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, at a place called Serenades, very popular with Chinese families on the weekend, so we figured it would be pretty good, and it was. Dim sum is just a fancy title for yum-cha, where you order bite sized portions from a range of menu items. We gave the chicken feet long and thoughtful consideration, but were put off by the abalone sauce, otherwise would have been in ...
... salads, spiced dishes, certainly exceeding expectation. That evening we did a cooking class learning how to cook spring rolls Vietnam style, fiddly stuff but a resounding tasty success. Day two of our trip we were sailing further into the maze of limestone karsts and heading towards Cat Ba island which was to be our one night stop over in a hotel on the island. On the way there we stopped at a secluded island that we swam in the tranquil waters and explored our surroundings. I ...