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... or the lady it was clinging to. Then a person walking a white fluffy dog came by and as it passed I swore that the silly dog had on a pair of pink undies. So I was finally, if only temporarily, able to stop staring at the
squirrel and its human. Nobody else was as interested in the panty wearing dog spectacle as I was and later when I talked to Lisa about it she had no idea what I was talking about. We threw the Frisbee around for an hour and I started being affected by the ...
After a short nights sleep for some (my roomie McBride arrived in room after midnight with a bottle of Bushmills Irish Whiskey, about a dozen of us decided to venture over to Hong Kong island to take in some sights, have a bite to eat and maybe a beer.
This required a train trip from Kowloon, a tram ride down to the harbour, and take it from there.
Well, train ride was OK, though we lost 3 outside the station. We soon lost another 6, ...
... covered with cloud, the harbour was covered in cloud, and even the Buddha which took me 40 minutes to get to by bus and then another 10 minutes to walk up 200 stairs was covered in CLOUD! I was annoyed, but cheered up later on my bus back when I saw a random cow walking along a pavement. It was so obedient and looked like it was enjoying its random stroll...Eventually I did get an umbrella on day three which meant I could wander around the Kowloon side and ...
... about 400 square feet for a family of 3. Bruce is 6'4" and could not stand upright in the kitchen. He and Wendy had a great experience cooking chicken wrapped in lotus leaves amongst other dishes. Tomorrow is the closing banquet so we decided that our last HK meal should be Dim Sum. This time we tried a place at Times Square that had been recommended by a real estate agent we had been talking to around the corner from our flat. Kathy and I had a ...
... 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 ...