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... 8217;s Park, still in the rain & then went to the museum, which was quite good & was free. It had very comprehensive displays of things like ancient Chinese bronze, ancient Chinese sculpture, Chinese painting, Chinese calligraphy, ancient Chinese ceramics, ancient Chinese jade, Ming & Qing dynasty furniture & Chinese & Silk Road currencies. That evening my Chinese tour leader, Michelle & I met our new travelling companion, Patrick, as there ...
... of the semis but decided to just relax by the pool and read my book. Kathy had a 2 hour hit with Jen and Julie. Julie is playing in the consolation final tomorrow as well. Kathy's husband, Bruce, went with Chris Sadler's wife, Wendy, to a private cooking class for 4 people. They met a woman at one of the MTR stations, went to the market to buy all of the ingredients and back to her flat to cook an authentic Chinese meal. Bruce said that the flat was ...
... A word about the MTR ... What a great way to travel around Hong Kong. The MTR reminds us of BART, but is much better. MTR stations and trains are very clean. The cost is very low ... As a senior, I paid $2 HKD or about 25 cents USD. Keith paid just over $4 HKD. Fares are the same no matter hOw far you travel. The MTR is very crowded, but well organized. We hope to return to Hong Kong and spend more time ... There is so much to ...
... The big square in front of it is sandwiched between modern, beautiful buildings of Library and Philharmonic and usually is full of singers, dancers, musicians and many different artists. It's a one big art stage, specially on weekends.
Then we are going to a nearby Lianhua Shan - Lotus Hill Park where Chinese love spending their free time with family and friends, usually in a ...
... market. Ladies market was absolutely huge, much bigger than the way more famous Temple Street market. Mostly ladies stuff but the odd thing to keep the lads who had been dragged along entertained.
Anyway we bypass the delights of the ladies market with our focus on the goldfish, which wasn't really disappointing, but wasn't what I had imaged. I had pictured lots of ponds and fountains with gorgeous goldfish and carp and all manner of exotic species. The reality was a ...