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... our first time around was an authentic handmade Chinese dress shop, unable to resist we had a look and Kayley made a purchase of one dress for HK$535 (£40.20).
There was a queue to get back on the cable car but it was considerably shorter than the one on the way there. After a nice, peaceful journey back we popped into an shopping outlet to see if there were any bargains we could pick up.
We fancied having a look at some shops but didn't want to spend ...
... old fort), a couple of temples and Fisherman's Wharf (a themed shopping arcade including a Roman amphitheatre, old English cottages and an African jungle bar). We also went to Taipa Village but failed to see why the guidebook made it sound so appealing?! We did however sample some 'pork balls'...anemic balls of compressed pork with a rubbery texture - bon appetite!
Having concluded that Macau was just a bit odd, we headed back to the 'normality' of Hong ...
... as stupid as a filibuster (I've vowed to destroy that with an iron fist)? Malaysia, a country that I've also learned a lot about while over here, has a carbon-copy U.S. Constitution as its own, promising all of the same. And through personal experience and anecdotes, it hardly obeys any of it. Sure, there's freedom of religion, but what the hell does it matter when one religion is, under law, preferred? What does it matter if a "pure-blood" Malaysian is preferred over ...
... jade at a knock down price. But, as long as you go knowing that, and are happy with the price you pay there is no problem :) The first thing we noticed walking in through the entrance is that there was no one there. Not many tourists and no Chinese people at all. This is apparently a low season for tourists, but for our money it is great. The humidity is low, temperatures in the early 20s very pleasant indeed. Anyway as usual I digress. Each ...
... I didnt have a clue who the majority of them were but was glad to see Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, and Jet Li on the avenue, it had spectacular views over the harbour to Hong Kong island , i am really glad i left it until nigh time to go with all the buildings on Hong Kong island lit up.
Before i venture down to the avenue i walked 10 minutes down Nathan Avenue where my hostel is to a night market, there wasnt a great deal there but i saw some ...