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... every ounce of his willpower to keep his eyes open at all, so we ordered noodles to be delivered (welcome to the land of convenience, where anything and everything can be delivered to you at any time.) Tomorrow will entail house hunting and finally meeting all of our new friends and fellow newbies in person and outside of the digital ...
... readers, etc). In the markets, my Uncle showed off his negotiating skills again. He used the same tactic in, are you ok with paying this amount? Yes, ok. They're ok with paying this amount if you're ok with selling it at that amount. Yet again, it worked.
After we were done at temple street, it was around 10:30pm. We made our way back home to rest up for our next day. Can I just note that my Grandma was able to keep up with us for the full 12 hours? She's amazing!
... gamble, gamble or shop, But we didn't have the money, we had to stop. My favourite experiences of which I can recall, Are cuddling pandas and views from the Great Wall. Also whenever we were up high looking down, The views were amazing no way you could frown! I loved being a child in Ocean theme park, Watching the dolphins and light shows at dark. Despite the great times in China we've ...
... Robin climbing the outside of the lift shaft with pictures of all the major or important batman comic book covers below them.
A bit confused and slightly disappointed at the lack of a shop and exhibits we decided to head on over to the busy area were we had been a couple days before. As we walked out the shopping mall, there sitting right in front of us was the bloody Batmobile!!!! They had the Batmobile from the original Batman film with Michael Keaton and the new Batmobile and ...
... a first.
We tried to tell ourselves that we would not be pulled into any shops unnecessarily in HK. We failed. In a city where the streets bustle for 24 hours a day, the sheer number of shops make them tough to ignore from the start. We did quite well until we hit the electronic stores. When we worked out how much cheaper it was than the UK, we felt like we would be losing out by not buying things. Or maybe we’re just a sale man’s dream. ...