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... year's Festival locations.
We had been hearing about Chinese Sabbath-keepers for a long time. There are more than million of them in China and Taiwan. One of the groups is called "ThIs connect and dialog with them.
As we are finishing our meal, Earl points out a lit up sign about a block way "The Jesus ...
... we wondered deeper into the Kowloon district. The amount of higher end shops we saw was incredible. Armani, Prada, Guchi, they were all there. And on the same street, there was a H & M which looked extremely out of place. We went in and once inside, it was like walking round a shop in England due to the amount of Western people we saw inside. So far in my Chinese adventure, every foreigner I have seem, we have said hello because it can be such a rare sight. But ...
... from screaming she couldn't go twice but the men did it twice my Dad my brother and me. Next we went on the "Autopia" cars which was a 15min wait - that's how popular the cars are. I got to drive with my dad sitting next to me and Annabel driving with mum next to her and I was behind Annabel's messy driving but Ben was lucky. He got his own car to himself. He was in front of Annabel's messy driving so he got to go fast. After that we went on a "buzz lightyear" thing where you have ...
On the final day, we decided to take a boat tour of the harbour, much to Scott's delight!
We then went for a walk around the promenade on Kowloon, and Scott was delighted to see the Bruce Lee statue!
Heading up to the famed ladies markets, we were accosted by a tailor, who fitted us out for our new suits and shirts. Turns out they serve a lot of Aberdeen! As per usual, I haggled for quite a while!
Carrying on up to the ...
... orangutans making all sorts of facial expressions. That evening we jumped on the famous Star Ferry to Kowloon in order to watch the daily Symphony of Lights, a light show using all the skyscrapers in Hong Kong. Although it was kind of fun to watch, there really wasn't much to it (some added fireworks would have been ace!) so once it ended we made our way back.
The next day we made some pretty good looking rotis (my parents would've been proud) ...