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... expose even the dirtiest details. It's encouraged. We can protest without getting beat or shot (usually)--but better yet, we can do it. One thing I realized when I left the U.S. is that the idea of protesting is pretty distinct U.S. thing. Of course other Western countries do it--I was there when Spain just began its massive protests. But it is a distinctly American trait, annoying or not, to protest against pretty much anything we want, undisturbed. To sign petitions. ...
... has almost become an emergency as we have nearly run out. Other than that a trip to Starbucks and a few post cards we did nothing to support the Hong Kong economy, but I am not sure they need help from me at the moment. Again we were struck by the vast amount of high rise development some of it State owned and looked a bit dreary and run down. We were told one window = one family = 4 to 6 people = 300 square feet in the form
of a studio apartment (one big room with a ...
... it before during our nocturnal wanderings and it was a bustling hive of activity. So much of our travels have focused on food, and this trip will be no exception. Some of the ingredients we recognise, but the fish, frogs, turtles, fruit and vegetables available tell you that this isn't life and food as we are used to. But a picture paints a thousand words so I hope I captured some of the wonders of food shopping in Hong Kong markets. During ...
... contacted them the day before and they said i could have a trail class for $100 (£8) which was pretty good, only 4 of us turned up so with there been 3 trainers we had 1 on 1 training for the majority of the session, the trainers were great Ruck who has had over 150 fights and was a trainer at the fairtex gym for 15 years prior to coming to Hong Kong, AE who was a top rated fighter on chanel 7 in Bangkok, and Mued who was also a trainer at Fairtex, ...
... that. So I walked up and bought a bottle of water with my iPhone app! Very handy! It was getting late, so I made my way back to the train station and headed back to the airport. Luckily I had packed a clean t-shirt, undies and socks in my carryon, so I headed to the Cathay Pacific Lounge and had a shower and then dinner. While eating my noodles, steamed pork buns and dumplings it occurred to me... I am no longer eating Chinese food... but rather I am just eating ...