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... settled tummy well before the next flight into Tokyo. We have quite a wait but considering how Max is looking we made the right choice in opting for the later flight when planning. Our main aim was to get the "less than 100ml of vomit in the bag" through the transit checks! Mission accomplished. I mostly slept which is good now so I can browse the shops and enjoy some down time. Hoping our fur babies had a good first night. I don't want to check in too soon and appear as the ...
... is currently a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea.Hong Kong is known for its expansive skylineand deep natural harbour, and with a land mass of 1,104 km2 (426 sq mi) and a population of over seven million people, is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. Hong Kong's population is 93.6% ethnic Chinese and ...
... was a section with bird food where they had buckets of worms and crickets. The crickets had their legs broken so they could not escape. My favorite part of that market was the wooden birdcages…so “Chinese”. Near the bird market was a Flower Market with orchids of all types and sizes.
We spent one evening at the Temple Street Night Market with more souvenirs, fake stuff ...
... smiling! Lantau Buddha - Maria and I woke up early went to our favourite bakery for breakfast and then made our way my MTR to the stop point. After stopping at a shop for some snacks we hired a taxi to take us up the long winding road. We saw a few beaches and some fishing spots, it wasn't clear enough to see all the islands but we could make out some outlines. Then we made it to the top. It was so peaceful from ...
... Tax a car in Hong Kong
Send your kids to private school
Buy a house
And many other things!
First call was Aberdeen Harbour where we were" encouraged" to take a Sampan ride for
Hk $60. Actually it was very good and we saw the fishing boats and houseboats.
On our return Ken the photographer took our photo (more on that later)
Next we went to Stanley Market to have a look around and do some shopping. Also took ...