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... tho sports shoes etc didn't appear to be much cheaper. Interesting that the display shoes are wrapped in plastic?!! Forgot to share that when we were on the sampan yesterday there was someone on the same tour that was wearing a McKee t-shirt - green with a shamrock and the name McKee. So, when we disembarked I asked her the significance. She was Hawaiian but her husband is a McKee - it's a small world! History - Hong Kong now belongs to China, ...
... Haas (Toronto) won 3-0 in the 45+. Connie Sacchetto (Sudbury) lost 3-0 to the 3/4 seed in the 40+ which was unfortunate since she had a walkover first round. Kathy and I came back to the flat, and ate a light lunch. We decided to spend a couple of hours walking around the local area. The streets were fairly quiet this morning at 7 am on a Sunday morning in Hong Kong. Not so much at noon. We headed west from the flat to Russell street where they have fresh markets called ...
Exhausted today! I keep waking up at 4 am wide awake so I guess my jet lag is still on. After breakfast (getting real fat here indulging in a buffet breakfast daily), we took the MRT to the Star ferry. Took it across to HK island where we went to the big IFC building (batman building), to get my iPhone fixed. Turns out there was an apple sale because there was a 3 hr line to get in! Since we just had ...
Every time we are somewhere, we hear different opinion about places. They are either good or bad. About symphony of lights I heard mostly bad things. But yet, to know that for sure we are most likely to check that on our own. I mean, it's like with my blog about Big Buddha, I didn't recommend it, but whose going to listen??? No one!.... at the end of the day,you will go there and make your own opinion about it.
The same was about Symphony of lights....I just had to ...
... was Greek pizza in Katakalon - not a lot else open here once the cruise ships have gone for the day. The next morning we woke up and had a delicious breakfast made by our hosts. Greek yoghurt with honey and/or stewed grapes, cereal, hard boiled eggs, fruit, bread, jams and of course real coffee! We then headed into Pyrgos to visit Pete's relative Koula. Our GPS had a few troubles with the streets, trying to take us the wrong way down one way streets and even down a ...
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