Hanyong Business Hotel
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... really cool ideas and some pretty interesting stuff. I only took pictures of the ones that jumped out at me. I went home and slept.
That night it rained like the world was coming apart. There was lightning and thunder and I woke up around 4 AM and listened to the storm tear at my building. People began slowly talking about a Red Day, which is when there is an epic conglomeration of rain and pollution and school gets canceled. There was no word from ...
... of their public transport system. Seriously, we are an embarrassment to the rest of the world in this department -the local cafés with their warm bread and croissants -the super cool 7/11s that sell everything you need and more -the stationary..this is my porn for sure. I love the books, the tapes, the pens, the stamps. I have had this fetish for as long as I can remember...my first job was in a newsagent and maybe this is where it all started. -the cutest laneway bars ...
... our hire car is a huge Tahoe. Chris drove it to our hotel, we dropped our suitcases and had a shower and Chris set up a wifi connection. We stopped at a $1 shop and bought some ice-cube trays amongst a few other interesting things. By then I was driving, and did OK on the other side of the road. I continued to drive and we went to Safeway supermarket, and it was good and we got some ...
Hong Kong is a great place to spend a day, at least in my experience, and possibly even more than just a day. After an early morning landing and having a post midnight departure Al and I started to explore. After disembarking from the Airport Express train ($HK100 return) we walked along the harbour and wound our way through back streets finding ourselves sweating up Ladder St with its close to 1000 steps before catching an exhilarating mini bus ride back into Wan ...
The traditional wedding in Hong Kong saw many family members arriving in the bride's home, where there was a unique ceremony held, with a worker cutting up a whole roasted pig after which everyone at the ceremony had to take a piece of pork and savour it. Everyone ate to their heart's content, while I just ate a teeny piece -- it was salty, but the ceremony was really an eye opener for me, as I had ...