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... we wondered deeper into the Kowloon district. The amount of higher end shops we saw was incredible. Armani, Prada, Guchi, they were all there. And on the same street, there was a H & M which looked extremely out of place. We went in and once inside, it was like walking round a shop in England due to the amount of Western people we saw inside. So far in my Chinese adventure, every foreigner I have seem, we have said hello because it can be such a rare sight. But ...
... Chinese takeaways in the UK. I wanted to try a Blue Girl beer but my order never came to I settle for a coke. Wendy ordered an 'orange juice' and was presented with a Fanta. To be fair, she didn't specify that the orange juice was to be fresh and non-carbonated. On the way to the toilets, we passed floor-to-ceiling fish tanks that the waiters were plucking (un)lucky poissons from in order to be cooked to order.
To make up for the lack of beer we stopped off at ...
... functioning in their every day roles.
I have found a new incentive and purpose to get out there enjoy each and every day.
Be awesome to catch up with you all, have a hug, a laugh, and just be grateful for where we are in our place in the world - & no matter what hurdles that crop up - we just need to share the love!
... am very happy in my shoe box and I look forward to filling it slowly over the next few months as the HKD rolls in. Speaking of which, I’m glad to report that I’ve survived my first 2 weeks of work. To say I’m feeling out of my depth is a massive understatement – new to Asia, new to Logistics, new to Learning & Development and new to working across continents, I sure as eggs am a teeny tiny fish in a big big pond. I have a lot to learn ...
... unreal (who can discern a fake diamond from real?), or to care about it. As the post-modernists maintain, sometimes the fake is so real, it becomes realer than real (hyperreal) and we come to prefer it.' Kevin Kelly http://kk.org/
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