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... anywhere on the street, sidewalk, in public bathrooms and according to some Austrian friends - in the hard seats section of some trains. It's just another thing to dodge on the street and comes dangerously close to your feet and legs at times. Yuck! 4. And then there's the traffic. The best word I can think of to describe it is hectic. I said to Mitch it's more effective than exercise for getting your heart rate up - ...
... shopping as me it is a bit much. How materialistic can people be? Unnecessary unnecessaries everywhere. Is the western blueprint really what everyone should be aspiring to? I think not. You can't really get a perspective of Hong Kong, Kowloon and the New Territories until you go the the Peak and look down upon the high rises, and bustle of the city. You can't see the ground, it is just buildings ...
... age of attendees at the matinee performance. Anyway, it was a good show and ran for roughly 2 hours. We all thoroughly enjoyed.
We then headed to Lan Kwai Fong, a food and pub precinct located on the island side. We had a couple of quiet drinks at a small bar. Next stop was dinner and we headed to Nha Trang, the only restaurant we have been to twice (it must be good). The food was amazing, fresh, delightful and tasty. The ...
... s as well as having some of the best dim sum in the
city. There is a also horse racing track just down the road from where we
live. I am excited to spend a day at the races!
We live in nice big apartment. I have my own bedroom and bathroom next
to the kitchen with a back entrance .I can use the back door to sneak in
after a night out on the town and will not disturbed the family. ( once I make some friends to go out with)
... Iphone dans la rue sans se dire
qu’on risque de se le faire voler (ça change de Paris…). Pour sortir
manger ou boire un verre, il y a un vaste de choix. On sent ici une énergie
débordante et une envie de consommer assez hallucinante. Les chinois et les nombreux
expats sont un peu trop attiré par l’argent et le bling bling. Il y a presque 2
fois moins d’habitant à HK ...