In Hong Kong a stained table cloth is a token of appreciation for a fantastic meal. We have been staining a lot of table cloths. Also, we have been staying out until 2 and 3am every night, so tonight's blog will be a quite silent one, pictures only. I am exhausted. We just landed in Bangkok and have to catch an early morning flight into Myanmar. Meagan left our group so we are officially a tripod. Safe travels home Meagan. Hope your hotel in Taipei is real first class. The pictures from today are of Hong Kong Island and the small fishing village of Tai O in Hong Kong with some other things thrown in.
Hong Kong is 38% parkland, so it is a very green and natural place. This is one of the main reasons that I love this place. It blends modernity with nature so well. On our way to the fishing village of Tai O, we snaked through mountains and dodged strange yak looking cow creatures. Anyways, onwards to the pics.
View from W
Filing a police report for the stolen bag
Kristin with our detective, the case is yet to be solved
Art of tea
Dim Sum Menu
Sunday is the day off for maids and they crowd the streets
Ferry to Lantau island and Tai O fishing village
This golden was really mean to Kristin
Love the hills in the background
dinner - so exotic
Furmonster of the day
Furmonster doing tricks
4th of July glowstick party