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We kicked off our Asian adventure with 3 days in Hong Kong. We arrived, fairly exhausted after a 15 hour flight, at 10pm to hour AirBnB. While most of us would have been happy to simply go to bed, Nicole was insistent that we go explore Lan Kwai Fong (LKF), the primary nightlife destination of downtown Hong Kong. Only a 10 minute walk from where we were staying, we all decided it was at least worth going for a beer. This was definitely the right call, as ...
... t "see the sights" only the hustlers. And the humidity. It's like many Brisbane summer days. Rain in the morning, 30°+ and 90% humidity. Ickie & sweaty in jeans of the plane. So we make it to a tailor recommended by a friend, collapse into the air con & go through the motions. Fabric costs, measurements, etc.. Then get to the price... $4500. What!? I hear you gasp.. Thankfully it's HK$. "10 for this, you must be mad". It comes to about. $650 AUD... You remind them about the ...
... canses de mirar, tot i que al vespre hi fan un espectacle de llums i colors que és una mica “hortera”.
Hong Kong va ser una colònia anglesa fins el 1997 i hem observat que als trens i aeroports utilitzen l’anglès, el cantonès i un altre idioma xinès, que pensem que és el mandarí. És un dels centres financers del món, que contrasta amb el règim “comunista” de la Xina: ...
... br> We walked down the road, looking for a place for dinner, and looking for the place where Nate had seen something remarkable on the way here. We were looking for something with a head, 4 feet and wings... on a stick. We passed a shop with duck tongue and duck liver (you can buy this in bulk, it turns out), animal tendon in "take to school" size, dried fish stomach by the kilo, but no skewered flying squirrel or ...
... to me, as you can imagine. It was chaotic and not only awash with exotic blooms, but also to my amazement English flowers, such as stocks, zinnias and ranunculus. Nearby, was the bird market and this was quite a sight to behold. Keeping songbirds in tiny ornamental bamboo cages is clearly immensely popular here and the equivalent of showing at Crufts it seems. I was both fascinated and appalled at the same time. There were dozens of tiny glossy green ...