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... pork – not so they were filled with shrimp. No harm done – I’m like the ...
... narrow. You're driving by, scraping trees and narrowly missing cars. What makes it scary is that you're on a very steep cliff side with no barriers! So you're putting your trust in this bus driver when rumour is they make more money depending on the number of trips they make! At the worst point you're essentially on the peak of a mountain and looking down, all I could imagine was tumbling down ...
... placed, we eagerly watched as our race began, unsure of where to look, what the information on the board meant, and cheering with noise as opposed to words as we forgot which horse we had bet on! Still..
Our horses and their info:
P: Electronic Fortune "has a chance to finish in first 3"
Z: Forgive and Forget "expect better"
P: Eastern Promise "worth respecting"
Z: Fun 'n' Games "good chance"
... This has translated into the bars and restaurants offering a great deal of fusion cuisine, most focussing their efforts on reinterpreting the Italian cuisine. See the photos for one of the more interesting fusions.
On we go and we come across what we have decided to call Party Street. Selling everything anyone would ever need to celebrate the new year of the horse. Chinese New Year that is, which falls at the end of January. A bewildering ...
... t remember how did we get there, because to be honest, we were kind of lost at that time as well.
We just walked and walked, checking the mobile map for the address versus our location from time to time, but it didn't offer much help. After asking 2 locals we bumped into along the way, and I meant literally, we finally reached D'Aguilar street and there's the signboard!