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... are just fantastic. Added to the difficult streets is the traffic that travels at breakneck speed, relying on their horns to “sweep” dumb pedestrians out of their way. From my window on the third floor of our hotel, I was able to observe in wonderment this amazing “traffic waltz”. Here again I did not see one dented fender or scratched bumper.
Next: Hong Kong, more Icing on the Cake, Day ...
... tea shops, and street food stalls. We rode on part of the longest escalator in the world and jumped off several times to visit a tea/medicine shop. What a sight! The doctor would listen to the customer's symptoms, check their eyes, check their pulse, and then prescribe a list of herbs and/or teas to use at home. The prescription would be taken to the counter where the herbs etc. were measured and wrapped in white paper. ...
... bringing the world down with it. Then I left, and realized people have the exact same gripes about their own countries and, like many Americans in regards to the outside world, have no idea what the U.S. is like. For those of you who are unable to make it out here to China/Asia in general, I hope this can enlighten you a bit and enable you to appreciate what you have. This is going to reflect my experiences here in China, though I'll use Western countries to further my ...
... 8pm. And we went from having loads of space to like being in a pack of sardines. Everyone pressed forward. There was a brief count down and from the boats fireworks were going off left right and centre lighting up the sky. What a dispay it was. It lasted for around 30 mins. Definately the best display we have ever seen.
Once it finished it was then trying to battle the crowds. For the time we would have spent queueing for the subway it was quicker ...
Buses here don't give change and the
price should be visible on the bus.
Of all the places we have seen so far,
not so much. If it is on your route then it is worth a couple days
stop over, but we wouldn't mark it as a must see place. Then again,
we only stayed in the HongKong island and Kowloon area and there is
much more to HongKong then that so perhaps getting out to other areas
may make a trip more worth ...