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... in or dined on while out. She wanted pizza and saw something called a margarita pizza but it had red sauce and tomatoes only. No wonderful, delicious, spectacular cheese but it did come with a side helping of tears. Cheese-less pizza is just messy bread and I attempted to coax her up to vegetarian because cheese is amazing. Yes I know, some of my dear readers are vegans and they live happy little lives filled with fake meats and fake cheese but this is China and those ...
... we decided to have the taxi drop us off at the top of the peak's tram station and walk down the hill instead. I was disappointed, but the kids weren't complaining. From the tram station, we did manage to escape the crowds and walk up to the top of the hill. We walked passed some of the most expensive houses and condos on the island, where foreign diplomats and business tycoons compete for the best view of the harbor. Caroline and I had also forgotten how tropical ...
... sports shoes etc didn't appear to be much cheaper. Interesting that the display shoes are wrapped in plastic?!!
Forgot to share that when we were on the sampan yesterday there was someone on the same tour that was wearing a McKee t-shirt - green with a shamrock and the name McKee. So, when we disembarked I asked her the significance. She was Hawaiian but her husband is a McKee - it's a small world!
History - Hong Kong now belongs to China, since ...
... To my surprise, she actually studied in US for quite some time, so she could speak perfect English. She told me that my hostel was one MTR stop away from there. She then brought me to the nearest MTR station and taught me how to take the MTR to get around Hong Kong. After saying my thanks, I quickly took the MTR to the Causeway Bay Station.
One thing I just realized when I had reached Causeway Bay was it was really humid and hot in Hong ...
... having what for them is clearly a family day. There were hundreds of them in every nook and cranny, sitting on rush mats and taking advantage of the warm weather. We were initially fascinated at home life being lived out in such a public place and eventually rather sad, that this was their only opportunity to remember home and the lives they had once lived. However, our object was to travel the longest and steepest escalator in the world , which we did and it is mind ...