The Upper House
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... skyscrapers and row upon row of shops. It also has Buddhist monasteries and terraced rice paddies plus a walled village. Hong kong has 7 million people and half of them live in government housing. Only five percent of the people are Chinese The housing costs are crazy. Ten hong kong dollars equals $1.75 Cdn. To buy a house or apartment they go by square feet. So anywhere from $2000-$5000 hong kong dollars per square foot. In ither words millions of dollars ...
... shaomai; xiao long bao; Japanese style pan-fried buns; and egg custard buns. The shaomai, pan-fried buns, and egg custard buns all needed about 2 minutes in the microwave, the chive & pork were boiled, and the xiao long bao were steamed.
They all came out okay, although I didn't like the shaomai. Too fishy, and I've been going off them lately. The egg custard worked well and managed to be fairly molten in ...
... hike. With some fantastic views of the island, we ripped through the first part with ease, and decided to take on the more "intermediate" part. 95% of this was relatively easy, when suddenly your scaling up the side of a mountain for about 550 meters. It doesn't trump the Cinque Terre in difficulty though, but I enjoyed the hike. We felt like we had the entire island to ourselves, as it's considered winter here at 17 degrees... We were amongst a handful of ...
... minutes of talking to the young guy at the desk a uniformed guard arrived and walked me past every man and his dog through all the controls straight back onto the boat and there was my phone under the seat - there is still great reverence here for the British which is quite humbling to be honest, i really like these people - they are kind friendly and very polite, i couldn't live here but have massive respect for them. Susie pulled up to pick us up just after ...
... more American dollars just so I could pay for my stored bag etc in cash. Next stop was the goldfish market but I got a bit lost when it wasn't as close or organized in the way I expected. I asked a few people for directions and again the pictures came in handy. I walked though an actual food market with gross fresh fish and werid meats like whole chicken and duck things. When I found the gold fish they were really cool but also in a sort of depressing pet ...