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... place to try shopping. There was a huge mall which was just an absolute treat; floor upon floor of very similar shops selling handbags, tailor made clothes, kids toys, and electronics. We'd forgotten that smoking and spitting were allowed indoors.
In terms of fakes, Shenzhen is the place to go and there were plenty of Westerners with suitcases ready to haggle. Apparently there are four grades of goods to be found:
Grade 1 is the legit item
Grade 2 is ...
... in line while passengers ahead of me pushed and shoved to get to the ticket collection window and sign an infinite amount of needless paperwork. Once I finally made it to the front, the ticket officer didn't speak a word of English so it took me twice as long. Next there was a full security check to go through which meant more queuing. I made my train with 30 seconds to spare. Once I was aboard, the doors closed and I was speeding north.
Still panting, ...
... one going up. Anyway it was worth the effort as the view going up was wonderful, even through the haze. HK is a city built on a site suitable for a village, hence they had to go up as there is no out apart from reclaiming land from the sea. Highrise as far as you can see of varying shapes and attractiveness. Building at the top is an interesting design, like a bowl. Layer upon layer of shops you have to wind your way through to get ...
... floor, plus they worked out what side of the bed I slept on. Hmmmm, are there cameras in this room?
Whilst here in Hong Kong I had the chance to experience the local cuisine. In this picture I'm shown hammering the outer shell of Beggar's Chicken; a salt pastry crust, which steams the chicken in aromatic herbs & spices. It was as delicious ...
... best days we had was a where we did a little walking trip around Hong Kong island, it first involved going from the central pier through the city via escalator I didn't realise that HK was built on a hill really till then, we must have spent about an hour going from one escalator to another getting higher and higher up the hill as our ears popped. One thing I was glad about was that we didn't need to go down as the escalators only went up. What kind of made our day was that ...