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... out the rest of the week I did nothing until 6 PM. That was when I went over and made spaghetti dinner for some art teachers. We chatted for a while, watched the awesome Ex Machina and then I made a blue pig using only shades of blue oil pastels. The pig was a sample for one of the art teachers to use with her students. She did an outstanding red and white rooster. My pig seemed stupid in comparison
but they both said I did a good job. They are both nice people.
... section, which was very high and very steep. I told the boys that if I went back downstairs, I wouldn't be back.
We watched some fabulous rugby all day. Great entertainment on and off the field. The Southern Stand is where most of those in costume go, but there were also spread throughout the other stands also. There so many great costumes, I only took one photo - of the Chinese kid in Scottish kilt and accompaniment.
... is that they have posters everywhere telling the UK government to get involved as China have breached the conditions of the handover. Now although this is true, but the UK government have no say bow and didn't as soon as Hong Kong was handed back to China- which is what Hong Kong wanted at the time. I sympathise and agree with the message but.... After looking around and taking a few photos, we headed to the tram. Whilst in the queue, two guys ...
... Then one of the girls said, "Oh, my dad has alopecia too because he has a big bald spot at the back of his head." We did go for a squash hit this morning at 8:45. You could shoot a cannon through the club. The same locker attendant was there, a short, smiley HK women who called me Madam. Today she said, "You are very nice Madam." I thanked her and told her she was very nice too. The squash was slow this morning. My body felt tired but I'm not sure ...
... I gaze at the meter. The more I look, the faster it seems to turn. There is a sign on the door displaying the taxi license and a long list of the "rights of passengers". Worryingly however there is also a list of duties of passengers which includes making payment of the fare indicated on the meter. It is an offence not to do so punishable by fine or imprisonment. The meter is whirring round like the wheel of a slot machine by now. Looks like prison for me but I'm beginning to ...