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... so decided it may be a good idea to head back to Kowloon and check out the famous night market at Temple Street. We go off the MRT at a station called Jordan and started walking in the direction of the stalls and the hustle and bustle. The first stall we came across had a hundred different suits for babies and very small children. After the very recent news that Michelle and Phil will be having a baby boy it was very difficult not to buy a smart wardrobe for ...
... and very cheaply. I don't think we ever had to wait more than 5 minutes for any form of transport and it didn't matter if it was 9pm on a Sunday night or 5am in the morning. There are even escalators through the city to get you up the city (as it is built on quite a slope!) Face value is also extremely important in the Hong Kong culture so if you do own a car it is one of prestige...hence the red Ferrari in my photo album.
Hong Kong is quite known for ...
... I cut them, to shape them, then ZoŽ and Jason wrapped sausages in bacon.
The duck bones in the oven were smelling divine, so to them we added a pint of red wine.
Boilin and skimmin , skimmin and boilin, I kept a small pot to put all the spare oil in.
The duck fat was rich in aromas and flavours so I’ll use it tomorrow to cook all the tater’s.
With all the prep finished and with Una returned, we enjoyed another drink, which we had ...
... while a man with fag in mouth was cutting the meat! A trip on the tram to the Peak was on the agenda, we first went through a tropical park which was home to lots of apes of various species. The Peak was spectacular for the views and getting a true prospective of the crazy buildings in HK and Laura managed to find 2 geocaches on the trail around the Peak. We caught a bus to Stanley, a seaside resort where you can watch the Hong Kong people ...
... express train.
A guy from the tour company grabbed our bags the tour guided checked the itinerary & then straight to the driver.
At about 120 k/hr we were on the other side of Hong Kong island in no time.
Good hotel & breakfast only no Wi Fi. Today we featured out to check the shops & trial the subway. We were told to get ...