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... view points are, it was more natural.
As with all good attractions the tram literally emptied out into a shop, well more like a market with tourist trinkets and Chinese ornaments. This opened out into a shopping centre which, on the ground floor was the home to Madam Tussauds Hong Kong with a Bruce Lee waxwork outside to entice people in. We worked our way to the roof and the Sky Terrace 428. We paid HK$80 (£6) for a return ticket and access to the large viewing platform on the top ...
... me this meant finding and restocking with my favorite Whitby brand ultra-light silk shirts- they are so light that you feel almost naked in tropical heat, and they can be hand washed as well.
Christine is saving her shopping for France, Spain and if she has any luggage allowance left, South America.
Hong Kong is a seething mass of humanity, ...
... Quan hi vam arribar, nosaltres teníem ganes de menjar alguna cosa “desintoxicant” i vam triar un restaurant de sushi ben fresc i bo. Se’n va posar molt bé. Un vespre, volíem celebrar que l’Ariana i l’Elena havien acabat els deures de francès i van buscar un lloc per un bon filet: El Woolloomooloo Prime, que es diu com el barri de Sydney, i va ser un vespre inoblidable. Les ...
... plain buns (with condensed milk), fried rice with vegetable, and hot tea (green). The chicken feet were actually really good (well, everything there was really good). There were about 8 feet on the Dim Sum dish. After struggling to find the bones/joints in the first two, I had developed a method of eating them with only chopsticks and not getting dirty....skills. The meat was very flavorful and tender. I could put the bone/meat combo in my mouth and remove the meat ...
... and very cheaply. I don't think we ever had to wait more than 5 minutes for any form of transport and it didn't matter if it was 9pm on a Sunday night or 5am in the morning. There are even escalators through the city to get you up the city (as it is built on quite a slope!) Face value is also extremely important in the Hong Kong culture so if you do own a car it is one of prestige...hence the red Ferrari in my photo album.
Hong Kong is quite known for ...