Last visit to temples in Chiang Mai.
Sunday saw us all packing, to fly to Bangkok, these two days spent in Bangkok wasm rest and relaxation, minimal eating and try and recover. No sightseeing, as this is my fourth trip to Bangkok and have done all the main tourist attractions before. The view from our 25th floor.
On the plane I got some sewing done and at the moment are trying to put together the one inch squares to join my Lucy Boston together.
On arrival and after check in at Our hotel we all walked down to Pantip Plaza to buy some DVD's and have a look around, disappointed to find our popular stall had closed down. Lunch was at a Muslim restaurant. Monday shopping at MBK store and return to hotel for a few rounds of golf and cards.
Tuesday we left Bangkok and flew to Hong Kong, arrived at 2 pm and checked into hotel. Later walked down to Nathan Rd and the temple markets, dinner at a local seafood restaurant.
Wednesday, had a great day at Disneyland with the kids and we had a wonderful day, lovely to catch some rides and chill out, even more fun to have the kids to go on rides with as DH is always the bag holder and does not like the rides with any sort of motion.
Alex with the plastic paratroopers, Andy's toys!
The parachute ride with the kids, no sudden drops and was quite a pleasant ride.
Thursday over to Macau for the day to visit the old area and then onto the newer areas where the Casino's are housed. We caught the Coatai line of ferries and it took 45 minutes. on arrival to Macau we were greeted by a tourist company with a minibus! who took us all over Macau, our first stop was the ruins of St. Paul, museum and a walk down the famous portegeous streets and sampled the local egg custard tarts.
The steps of St. Paul's ruins! reminds me a little of the Spanish steps in Rome.