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Travel Blogs from Hong Kong
A symphony of lights and a visit to the UBS office
So after over a month in mainland China, it was time for something different. As most of you will know, Hong Kong was a British protectorate for over 100 years and the influence is still felt everywhere (even after it moved backed under Chinese control in 1997, although as an autonomous area). For one, everyone drives on the wrong side of the road …
Glorious food!! Luv the Prawn Wantan with spicy Chili Oil...it's weird to eat macaroni with clear soup...smooth Tau Foo Fa with sugar that look like curry powder...tasty French Toast served by an unwilling hawker bos who was shooing customer away!! Helpful mini bus driver whom I am not suppose to speak to due to rules & regulation, but drove me …
We would just like to say a huge thank you to Jane and Mark for being so hospitable, helping us get to grips with Hong Kong, the itinerary which we would ave been lost without and for all the fun times from which we are still recovering! We really appreciate it. ...
a penible night where I find myself having troubles sleeping (maybe
because I'm used to goto bed at 4am and not 1am, just a wild guess) we
wake up at 9 am, manage to get dressed in this tiny little room that
sometimes makes me think of Harry Potter's room under the stairs, and
then get going. Program today: first get my Vietnamese visa procedure in
order, then do some walking around the city.