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... else to do and I had not seen a whole lot of stuff to do when I had wandered aimlessly, for hours, the day before. Then I thought of every other airport in the world and remembered there are usually shops and restaurants galore on the other side, especially on an international flight. So I headed over to security. Security was relatively quick and painless. I felt slightly embarrassed when I started stripping down American style and noticed nobody else was. They kept shoes ...
... to be teleported back to our local hood where things were quiets and pace more to our liking. Bills had a line up that we were not going to be part of. We headed towards the metro and strolled along a beautiful tree lined street towards Omoto-Sando happy to leave the tourists to their thing. This was a beautiful wander and only if ...
... the Great Barrier Reef and the tropical rain forest was the right one as well as giving us fabulous weather and the opportunity to enjoy the ambience of tropical north Queensland. The Harley Davison convention did not effect us this morning and according to our taxi driver over 1300 bikes left Cairns at 9am to travel North to Port Douglas before returning in the evening. By the time we left for the airport at 10am, they had gone, just as well because they went ...
... sustained scrutiny but these are the impressions that Hong Kong made on me today. The district of Wan Chai was amazing. Walking through it's markets there were bare chested butchers, chopping meat, smoking precarious cigarettes and serving customers; chicken suppliers displaying live chickens killed and dressed on demand. Street side purveyors of Dim Sim and other such delicacies, gruff in their manner yet accomplished in their trade. Fruitiers with their ...
... caught the ferry for only HK$ 2.50 one way and arrived in Kowloon. It has a far more frenetic feel about it and a lot more Chinese than the area we were staying in on Hong Kong island. In every direction there a malls and road side shops sporting top brands and neon flashing signs selling everything from Chinese medicine to cameras and food. Anton had decided to get a new camera for work and diving so we headed to an area that he had researched. There were several camera shops in a ...