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... are lucky for the New Year (and promptly get dumped by many businesses straight after in a depressing summary of Hong Kong life). Kumquat in Cantonese is 'gam gwat' which is finally something people can understand me saying. I'd always thought of the kumquat as a hard and sour angry little fruit, but because they are local to Asia (and maybe because of a healthy dose of genetic modification) they actually taste delicious here. Very fragrant and sweet, yum.
... day we set out on our own to explore Hong Kong on the Hop-On/Off bus. It was a nice, warm day, so we were al fresco on the bus’ top deck.
This was our second visit to this city, which gets bigger and better ...
... of time left, I opted to visit Kowloon park as it was close to where we were staying. Again if you don't have much time to visit Hong Kong, don't add it to list of must sees. As with the zoological park, there were a few bird enclosures but there was nothing there that made me go "wow". What I greatly appreciated about Hong Kong was that directions on how to get to the attractions were clearly shown by signs on the street and also in the subway terminals with what exit ...
We have a good night's sleep at the Luxe Manor. It is quiet despite being right in the middle of the pandemonium of Kowloon. We have breakfast in the "Nordic" style restaurant. It is only Nordic in the sense of being dark with a rather gloomy atmosphere, as is most of the hotel. I think you will realise that I am not very fond of the Luxe Manor. We went because it is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and I am building up for another free night.
The observant among you yesterday will have noticed that I mentioned buying sweets. What does that have to do with the twelve times table I hear you ask. I will explain...... Joseph, I know that you are brilliant at your tables and that mammy has always told you how important it is to learn them. But you must have asked yourself the same question that I did when I was learning them ...... Why? Pay attention all younger readers. £1.00 is worth about HK$12 or 12 Hong Kong dollars. So ...