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Day 4 - I wandered (not lonely) as a cloud Today I decided to retrace the ole steps from our walking tour with Dany to linger at some of those places that he ppinted out which I thought looked, well, cool frankly! First stop the Western market which was smaller than I expected and no buddah souvenirs that took my fancy. Then I was brave and headed into the natives' favourite Sheung Wan Cooked food market. Abandoned eating here when ...
... at least it would if I hadn’t chosen such a misty morning to go up the top. From there, visibility was about 200m before everything was enveloped in white. The ticket office did specifically say that viewing conditions were poor, but their warning went unheeded. A future return visit will be a must.
Although my stay in Hong Kong was largely schedule-free, there are some things I always like to do whenever I am here. Like taking the number 6 bus ...
... a financial centre, the people are natural merchants, there are people selling everything you can imagine using all the selling methods you can imagine, from books and clothes to the slightly less legal items. My favourite sellers were the Indian gentlemen lining Nathan road or the golden mile as it's called, they would play, where's wally with the crowd spotting a foreign face and approach, calling out the best prices for the best suits in town but as they get closer and reach ...
... party. Of course this party was alcohol-free, a concept that is still hard to understand for me. The university is just so conservative, treating you as a child... In the Netherlands, alcohol is even provided for some high school parties - and here we are as 3rd year university students not being allowed to drink. Anyways, we had come prepared: we had brought some drinks to spike our sodas at the party.
In fact the party was quite lame, there were ...
... around Stanley Markets and had a great time finding lots of bargains and buying some lovely things. We were mindful though, as we are going up to Shenzhen tomorrow so we didn't buy too much. We got a good idea of prices and we will see how they compare with Shenzhen. We will probably go back to Stanley again so we can always buy later. We spent about three hours strolling around and buying this and that and had a really good afternoon.