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... about a party of Hong Konger's real search for the actual ark. There were also two 4D cinemas - we narrowly escaped visiting the first one, but had to watch the second film as it was the English viewing. Never before have I had a private cinema experience, especially not one about Earth Boy protecting the planet, and meeting Noah on a rainbow in space to ask whether we can save the world from the coming ecological ...
... it. Then we complain when our mayors, governors, congressmen, and president do something we don't agree with, despite not voting. As long as we get our paychecks and can sleep at night, we don't see a need to change it. Complacency is a sin, and many Americans, including myself as of now, are guilty of it. The great and horrible thing about Americans is that we have the luxury of choosing to be complacent. Despite what everyone likes to think, not many countries have ...
Even though we crashed early last night, we started slowly this morning. However we decided to go back to the Stanley Market that we toured in 1985. It is located on the south side of Hong Kong Island so is quite a long trip as the MTR does not go there, only busses. The first leg of our journey was on the old and famous Star Ferry from Kowloon across the harbour ...
... was accounted for -- except for Hong Kong. I left that day pretty much open, and it showed. We got into the city, and I was completely lost. I was there one time before with Kevin last year, and figured I'd make some of the same rounds to the markets etc. Problem was, I had no clue where I was, and seemed to have no way to communicate with anyone. But, after a few hours of floundering, we ran into ...
If there's a word to sum up modern, developing Hong Kong, it's convenience. It's a notion that seems to take over everything; convenience is better than waiting less time or paying the cheaper price. I've seen massive queues for escalators while the stairs directly next to them are deserted, or even weirder, massive queues with no one wanting to walk up the left hand side of the ...