Xinhai Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... nonstop to the hotel. After a while I just took in the scenery and let him continue his monologue uninterrupted. I was impressed with how huge the harbor was! Cranes and shipping containers abound! I thought it was the biggest shipping port I had ever seen. I would be wrong however: I learned that Hong Kong is 4th or 5th in the world depending on your reference. Ironically, Shanghai is the world’s biggest. Who knew?
We drove over long ...
... of the train station it didn't distract from the fact this was going to be a 19 hour train, on the plus side we had a full compartment for just our group so no random Chinese people next to us! We managed to keep ourselves busy till lights out as Carolijn and Maartyn had the card game 'backpacker' which was a hit with everyone, me and Charlie played in pairs, probably not going to happen again (don't ask). After some sleep we had another round in the morning and I won by a ...
... results from the day are: Willy Hosey upset Brett Martin, the number 1 seed in the 50+ final, our only first place finish for Canada. Ricky Chan won the 3/4 play-off in the 70+. Vince Taylor won the consolation plate in the 75+. Gerry Poulton came second in the 70+, losing 12-10 in the fifth to an English bloke. It was a nail biter. Sue Wastie lost in the finals of the 60+ plate final. Off to the closing dinner at the club. I will update you later tonight. The ...
... It's no surprise that the boom of China's economy coincided with American culture spreading all over--for some reason people get angry that a capitalist nation, well, capitalized. "But John, we're ruining their long-lived culture!" Oh, you mean the one that Mao Zedong tried to destroy himself? I'm sure the Chinese are devastated. No, they're not--the Chinese government allows this cultural diffusion because it stimulates the economy, end of story--its their number ...
... Tour Old and New’. Tuesday is a very busy day in Hong Kong like a Monday anywhere else apparently because Tuesday in Hong Kong is Monday in New York. This means there were plenty of people on the streets.
The first stop was the Man Mo temple. Built in 1847 (the 27thyear of Emperor Dowguang Qing Dynasty), this is the oldest place of worship in Hong Kong and is situated on Hollywood Road (oddly!). This is a Taoist temple. Man is the God of War and Mo the God ...