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... bags in storage in the railway station & then caught a bus into the mountains to the village of Dazhai. We took only small backpacks with clothes for 2 days in them. There have been landslides on the way to Dazhai in recent weeks & we saw the area where they are still cleaning up the overburden from the road. It is lucky that the road had been opened again by the time we passed through. When we arrived in Dazhai, there were lots of local ladies, who wear their ...
Arriving in Hong Kong in the early morning, we were greeted by a heavy curtain of humidity and a very busy airport. As soon as we figured out how, we headed to our hostel, which we eventually found, 5 gallons of sweat later. The hostel/hotel was based on the 17th floor of a busy building block. The ground floor consisted of a maze of tacky tourist driven shops, whilst the floors above were virtually ALL ...
... we get on the plane and make it to Sydney.
I am now writing from our departure gate while we wait to board out next flight to Sydney.
Very excited to get to Sydney and even more excited to see our friends Loz and Fossy tomorrow when they pick us up from the airport in Melbourne (we have yet another flight tomorrow morning from Sydney to Melbourne).
... t know what it means that she was left where she was. I'm certain there is a story there that we will never know, but thankfully our Heavenly Father watched over her until she was found and brought to the orphanage we saw today. What a story that will be to tell her one day soon!
Because I delivered the poor who cried for help, and the fatherless who had none to help him.
... s experience.
Libby again had Salmon Tartare, and Barry an assiette de charcuterie.
After lunch we walked back to the Conrad, and prepared for a 1/2 hour shoulder and neck massage that Libby had arranged earlier.
This was a heavenly half hour, and took all the tension from our neck and shoulder.
Dinner that evening was to be at a restaurant - "The Principal", located in Star Street a short distance from the Conrad.
Cocktails began ...