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... the order of the day. My estimate is that there were about 3 000 stall holders in the market. Of these 2950 sold a combination of ladies handbags, shirts, Chinese tourist crapola, genuine fake watches and jewellery and small scale electrical come phone accessories stuff. The other 50 sold penis warmers in every shape, colour and size. It seemed that every time I lost Mac and looked around to spot him, he was standing under a coat hanger with an ornately ...
... go back soon and we can catch up.
We then left and visited Times Square - HK version! Just a shitload of shopping. I then treated myself to a chestnut macchiato and am now chilling out.
The mall next door is insane. Picture Metrotown at Christmas time.. 10x busier and like that EVERY DAY. Its tiring navigating around millions of people everyday. Vancouver seems tiny and completely empty with no crowds in comparison.
... shops, next to buckets of turtles. Welfare wise, it was probably a bit iffy, but it was an incredible site. Our next stop was the Bird Garden, which essentially sounded pretty similar, but for birds in cages, rather than fish in bags! On the way, we seemed to stumble across the plant equivalent as well. Everything that was being sold in Hong Kong seemed to have a dedicated area. It was probably getting a bit late for the bird garden, as when we got there, it seemed to ...
... or so people, to get to the airport. No ticket office in sight, just a few machines dispensing plastic tokens- it even comes in English- that may take you to the airport. "How you go to airport?" Some Chinese man with a nasty comb-over shouts at us from across the walkway. " train!" we shout back. He warns us to take a taxi as the train takes an hour and a half to get to the Shenzhen airport. It's too late, we are halfway down the stairs and almost in the throng pushing us ...
... buy. I showed Lily how to haggle with the sellers and get a price thats right. Some walking away was down and the kids found it really amusing as the sellers followed trying to get that sale. Needless to say Lily and Jett came away happy with their buys.
Back on the Metro, we stopped at Tsim Sha Tsui and walked along the Avenue of Stars to cheack out teh Hong Kong skyline. This is an amazingly vertical city of contrasts. The buildings are ...
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