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One night Kaili and I decide to get dressed up for a drink at a stylish bar overlooking the incredible skyline and for the first time in twelve weeks on the road I look to my pack, for something to wear, and find the contents inadequate. Here in Hong Kong I have run out of track; there is no longer quite the same urgency to reach and navigate the next city to find the next hostel. In hindsight, I have got here far too ...
... There are actually airline counters, just like at the airport. Since our flight was at 1am tomorrow, it was nice to not have to deal with our bags for the entire day.
We walked through Kowloon Park and then took the subway another area of Hong Kong, Sheung Wan, and explored that area. This is next to Soho, and we found ourselves overlapping some of the streets we had been on the day previous. There are some great artisan markets at ...
... copy stuff, every 20 meters it's" suit/shirt and copy ladies bags" on every street corner or just outside your hotel, Pakistan or Indian men looking for commission sales. Original iphone 6 and 6plus from A$1000 to $1300 ea. Apple stores have no stock but you can buy them from" housewife resellers" on the side ...
... it was impossible not to smile the whole day.
We visited a couple of islands - Lamma, Stanley. And spent a lot of time at the Cricket Club, not actually playing, lying by the pool. Off to the peak today, the highest point on the island, but sadly there's an amber rainstorm taking place. But I will get a chance to don my new bright pink pac a mac!
... cost 2.50 $HK so it was dirt cheap.
Heading back to the hostel, we had a quick rest before walking a bit further up Nathan Road to the Temple Road Night Market which is supposed to be one of the most famous in Hong Kong. The market is only temporary which means that it has to be set up each day and runs the entire length of the street. We had a good browse, but the only thing we bought was dinner at a local street restaurant. Ordering ...