Mega Box is my favorite because it is quit close and has 3 department type stores and I also find it easier to understand what I'm doing, as it seems more Western. Ikea is in that one. It's ten stories and has an ice rink.
|The big orange box is the Mega Box Mall. This is the view|
out the window in our computer room
Thursday night Ryan, Jill Blaine and I went to the Dragon Mall to look around and get Massages. This mall is all Chinese, is circular inside and has an ice rink, and floating roller coaster on the top floor. Most of the shops are very small and fan out from the middle. The middle is open from bottom to top with the elevators in the middle. There are about 10 different massage places on this one floor and you walk in and choose what you want done. neck and shoulders, feet and legs, head, or full . It seems like more of a social event for people. The one the kids and I went to had four comfy chairs in one room with lady's sitting on stools doing every ones feet!! They were all very friendly and when l miraculously found a shirt and two vests that fit me in the store next door they were all very excited along with me. Patty if you ever want to set up shop in Hong Kong l know just the place for you!! There are massage parlors practically on every street, but some are rather iffy and do massages in the front with more of what you don't want to know about in the back. We went to the food court after and had some pretty good food even though we weren't sure what most of the places had to offer. As usual there were some very strange looking concoctions.
|Looking down from top floor of Dragon mall|
|Food Court - this is one side of it|
|Waffles with cream was about the only thing we recognized!!|
|Jill and Blaine checking on the roller coaster. Don't think l'll ride.|
|Weird chicken wing!!|
|Rachel loves eating french fries too!|
|Heading up one of the express escalators.|
|Looking down, way down!!|