Noah's Ark Resort
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... take pictures of the lightening against the skyscrapers until we get told to come inside as it's too dangerous. Dan looking even greener at this point. Fortunately he's not sick and is fine once we disembark.
Taxi to airport is over laden with the 5 of us and our 5 enormous suitcases. We leave HK in the heavy rain. Seems fitting somehow.
Luckily we have our coats to hand as next stop is ...
... is quite addictive, with ice-cream parlours, cafes and quirky stores that made it clear that this was not your usual mall. Goods of Desire, a store that stocks products that tread the line between outrageous spoofs and emblazoned with taglines that no doubt will raise a few eyebrows, was an interesting shop to browse through.
Retreated to ...
It is like China town here. We wandered around the streets in the rain. Found a laundry to take our washing to in the morning and a restaurant to have some dinner. Also found a supermarket where we bought some porridge, coffee, and milk for our breakfast. Also bought some bananas from a fruit stall.
Even though it was raining I was already falling in love with Hong Kong.
... block, and headed to Good Laque, a beautiful store with lovely gifts to take home. Karry and I both bought a couple of beautifully coloured things to take back. From there we jumped in a taxi and headed home at four thirty which was nice and early for a change.
Show and tell with a nice glass of wine, dinner and now the three of us are all playing on our iPads and catching up with our loved ones. We miss you all but are making the best of our free time!
... Floating Dragon" dinner, which was billed as a cruise in the harbor at night followed by a buffet, open bar and music. Instead, we were picked up by a bus, driven to the port and loaded onto an open old fashion junket. That part was cool, as the harbor lights were on, and we enjoyed the scenes. Little did we know this was the cruise part, and that we would be in a stationary restaurant for our dinner. The "open bar" consisted of a can of beer and barbecued ...