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Ryan headed off one way to do what expats in Hong Kong do and I wandered around the sector for a while. Stumbling onto a local food market. I recall in high school geography the teacher saying that the Chinese will eat anything with legs except a table and anything with wings except and airplane. This market reaffirmed that statement to me. Bits of animal bodies just from hooks street side with cigarette smoking vendors blissfully unaware of OH&S, food safety ...
... a little on the slow slide, the food served up was just what we needed. We couldn't complain about the service when it came to clearing the table; with an enthusiastic teenager with Down Syndrome keeping a watch over our table. The slightest hint that we were close to finishing our meal meant he would swoop in like a wedgetail eagle that just spotted fresh road kill. The historic Star Ferry was our final mode of transport for the day, returning us to Kowloon where our hotel ...
... soon as it reaches its critical speed. Macau was a Portuguese possession until it was ceded to the Chinese in 1999, just two years after we returned Hong Kong. It is a relatively small island covering just 31 square kilometres and has a population of 610,000 nearly all of whom are Buddhist with just 10% practicing the Catholic faith. Whilst being part of communist China, Macau like Hong King is run on reasonably autonomous lines. Nearly all of ...
Awoke this morning to a very dreary grey day and the drive to the airport was through torrential rain, which again reinforced how lucky we have been for the past six and a half weeks to not have one day of bad weather. There was just one benefit of the rain in that the motorcycle tyre scammers wouldn't go out in that sort of weather but would go somewhere else like the ...
So the last couple of days I have been fairly boring, running errands to prepare for Thailand, Burma and beyond.
Here are some things I learned in the last 2 days:
1. It is ?always better to overpack than underpack...but then I won't have any excuse to buy more **** I don't need..I have NOT thought this through...
2. Techy people in Hong Kong will still try to trick you into paying more ...