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... such restaurant we meet friends from London reaching the end of their trip; it's great to catch up with familiar faces from home for the first time. Hong Kong is more than just food and a skyline however. We explore beaches, centuries-old temples and a huge Buddha. It's a fantastic few days. As our flight leaves the tarmac we speculate that we may well be back here for longer, depending on whether I can find work in ...
We opted for the breakfast buffet at our hotel this morning...clearly not the hotels specialty. After washing down rubbery eggs, burnt toast, overcooked stir fry and the worst DimSum ever with burnt coffee, we made our move for the nearby Goldfish Market, Flower Market and Bird Market. Both the Goldfish and Flower markets were very sparse today due to the New Years holiday schedule. Still, we did get a glimpse of what these vibrant markets must look like when they are ...
... The trail headed off], passing some beaches which looked lovely but were in fact covered in a high tide line of rubbish. We even got a super view of Disneyland, which looked so small amongst the mountains of Lantau.
We came upon a tiny village, which was just lovely. There were signs everywhere notifying about illegal squatter's huts, although I don't think I would particularly have been able to tell the difference. ...
... bridal party having a photo shoot done) we poked around some shops again, trying to find some souvenirs and somewhere for tea, then went back to the hotel for a recovery session. It is so humid, we are just melting when we are outside and then inside the shops & hotel it is freezing, it's really not helping our wogs at all... We had planned to go to a Chinese restaurant for tea, but the queues was huge & the staff didn't speak any English so we had no idea ...
My maternal grandmother was
born in Hong Kong in 1905 but lived in Macau until she was 16 years
old. Her mother was an English lady from Liverpool and her father
was from Macau. The many times my grandmother opened this Pandora's
box, out came her picture on a rickshaw. She had long hair in
pigtails, and she was wearing a Cheongsam. Soon after that picture
was taken, she said, her
own mother died of ...