Hanting Express (Shenzhen Huaqiang Center Park)
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... 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 ...
... relaxing before finally realizing that I was hungry and that since I now had a place to put my pack, it would be much more enjoyable to go exploring.
So I did more wandering around the area near Kowloon. I was looking for a place to get something to eat and finally ended up getting some Taro Milk Tea, which was deliciously cold, and then lucky me I found a dumpling place! I had a delicious pork and cabbage bao zi and headed back to my room. In ...
... tourists to explore
Hong Kong's historical centre. In contrast to the minefield of
glitzy department stores and pulsating mood, the landscape is
forever changing. It is definitely a fusion of an historical, and
cultural scene, and a feast for the senses. Just like the way my
siblings and I grew up, we were always called “chopsuey” kids,
or mixed blood kids.
As my husband and I ...
... and You. It started off pretty funny but once the plot really set in there wasn't much to it. The 400 Blows reference at the end came off more as imitation than homage.
Besides the films, we ate many delicious things, but only one place has a story. We found a place called Pizza Express, which, sadly, is not the precursor to Hot Box but a completely different place. Regardless, we were seated quite close to an (apparently) American (apparently) father-son ...
... but that wasn't enough for them. So, they continued to make trouble with me, as I was trying to pay the extra fee -- at which point, as I was trying to be patient and nice, explaining to them the process with Air Asia and we both have plenty of time still -- they kept arguing back, and I had no choice but to tell them "Hey, mind your own business!". Their conversation changed to German right after ...