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... to a bridge linking the two countries together. It's pretty strange to think about, I mean really Hong Kong is so close to China but unless you lived up in the New Territories, you'd never go there. I should have taken more photos; I always feel really conspicuous taking pictures even though I can get away with being as touristy as I want. So I missed capturing the initial feel of the place.
As we went out on a ...
Heading out early isn't the thing to do here! Not much opens until about 11 am. The good part was there were fewer people around. We wandered along the water front and found the avenue of stars which is the HK version of Hollywood's walk of fame. We even found some we knew and a statue of Bruce Lee.
We then wandered through some shops, got harassed by tailors wanting to sell us cheap suits or ...
... is understandable. Lots of it has swearing. Airport says that if you wish to load firearms onto the plane you mist contact some kind of front desk. We smell a ruse. Straight in, checked in in 5 minutes. Owwwweeeee, there's a very sunburnt chick. You can see the glow from miles away. For some readon she is wearing a see through wrap around skirt and rubbish pants. Our lane is again the slowest. We saw sunburnt chick again and didn't join their queue as it was ...
... where they were having a BBQ, had some great food, a few beers, played some silly games, which meant that everyone was quite loud and merry, loud enough for the police to be called because one of the neighbours had complained about the noise. After the complaint we decided it would be best to go to the pub around the corner and continue the games there, unfortunately we must've been loud there as well as the police were called out again - was a really good ...
Harbour delights. The skyline during the day. This was taken from the Kowloon side; so your looking at Hong Kong Island skyline. The solid black granite building to the right of the Bank of China building ...