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Is there a term for your daughter's in-laws? My in-laws are Syd and Don. Gwynn's are my parents. So, what do I call Arielle's in-laws? Anyway, after breakfast, Denise and Dom stopped by our hotel to pick us up. Denise, despite sporting a broken ankle, led us on a long march through the back streets of Causeway Bay. Eventually, we reached our destination- a giant Dim Sum palace on the 22nd floor of an office tower. This was very authentic. Brusk service without a smile. But ...
... Ladies' market in Mongkok, here you can buy a large variety of products: from fake designer brands to souvenirs or even art. A short walk from there, there's a small beach (Stanley beach) which we stopped by as well. The beach is nothing too special but still a nice place to hang out. After an hour or so it was time to get back on the bus and go to our final stop: Avenue of the Stars. This sight is basically another one that was simply put there ...
... it was our first taste of HK - sweltering heat, towering buildings, sitting in an artisan coffee shop surrounded by traditional Chinese shops. We quite quickly felt it was a place we could definitely consider moving to - particularly with the working tax benefits!
We tried to pack in as much as we could and the next few days we spent walking the city, experiencing the central markets and millions of shoppers. We visited the Ladies Market a couple of times, a similar set ...
... district, which we have not seen), we had not signed up for it. And it was a miserable pouring rain day. I am sure they did not get any view from the top of the hill, which is too bad, as it is so pretty when you can see.
Brian and headed back downtown after a leisurely breakfast. We searched for a tea shop that I had wanted to visit - that took us awhile because we didn't have exactly the right address, and then it turned out ...
... having, and I'm still loving every second, the ups and the downs. It was a pleasant relief to get to Hong Kong and finally enjoy the luxury of ordering something I want from a menu, instead of picking at random and hoping for the best, as we've had to do up to now. It's my first time in a proper metropolis with insane numbers of skyscrapers and elevated walkways everywhere, and I found myself dazzled by the glitz and the lights. However, there is a stark ...