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... cutesy little store in mainland China. How could I not buy a hat like this? Maybe you could have but that is probably because you are kind of a monster and perhaps a little dead inside. Since I am totally none of those things I am now a proud owner of a hat that says DOPE on it.
After our matching hat purchase, that will result in a picture one day, we wandered around some more. We went into a “Boutique Grocery Store” where I took a lot of pictures and bought ...
... the mainland, not the island of Hong Kong. Location is like a giant Chinatown but with wider streets. Not a lot of English in these parts, though it may be different on the island. Had real trouble trying to purchase clothes hangers. Got some Heineken and bottled water, so OK with staple items.
Other guys arrived about midnight, so will catch up with them this morning.
Nothing really planned today, though we go to the Sha-Tin Races tonight. Should be good.
... while it lasted though!! We then walked passed a hairdressers/barber shop- it was about £8 for a wet cut so Paul decided to go in. He was seen straight away, hair washed, hair cut, hair washed again, blow dried, trimmed, blow dried again, products on and hair brushed off! Neither of us could believe they were so attentive for such a small amount of money!! Paul was chuffed to bits and gutted that we were leaving soon- he said it was one of the best haircuts ...
... Also, in subway stations, it is clearly indicated what side to walk on so that everyone is moving in the same direction, not like in Toronto where people are constantly going against the grain. There is also tons of English so you can easily get by without speaking Cantonese. At 1 when I met the rest of the group we took two subway trains to the Hong Kong/Chinese border. We had to go through immigration twice; once on the Hong Kong side and then we walked a few metres ...
... of lightning into the city and surrounding area, and washed out the closing festivities for the Rugby Sevens. (The rains did not, however, dampen the New Zealand team’s “shirts-off haka.”)
Dramatic pictures were quickly posted to Twitter of water pouring into the seven-story Festival Walk shopping mall in Kowloon Tong,
and streaming through the light fixtures, flooding the floors below.
While lightning flashed ...