HOLY CRAP that lady almost got hit by a car!
She is hobbling back to the sidewalk on her very “sexy” heels that make it clearly dangerous to walk in. I’m looking through the viewfinder already as she tries to cross the street AGAIN despite the oncoming traffic. She just happens to look very stylish in a frame. In reality she walked like her ankles were going to shatter at any moment.
I don’t particularly have a love for fashion. I enjoy the aesthetics of it. I went to see the Alexander Mcqueen exhibit and was truly inspired by the immense creativity of it all. In NYC, high fashion is a given. It’s everywhere. Even I cringe when I see Uggs boots on anyone. And I’m not even into fashion that much! It’s just so much of it, that I’m spoiled. Dare I say, that I might even LIKE it???
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Busking on the Thursday market last week was Malachi. Originally from Little Snoring (very close to Fakenham), and having gone to school and college in Fakenham, Malachi is now studying Adult Nursing at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge. Fortunately he was home last week for Easter and we were able to benefit from hearing his saxophone. He took particular care to serenade the ladies that came by as well which seemed to go down very well!
Hong Kong and Kowloon are both fascinating cities with so much to see. Since I never knew my Dad and this is where he lived and died, I imagined myself being in his shoes and seeing these same sights. It was a very personal moment for me.
Cameron Road, Kowloon
Outside Central Station (MTR) in Hong Kong
Connaught Road turn around, downtown Hong Kong
Hong Kong Station (MTR). A downtown check-in for those traveling by Air. Check-in your flight, check your bags and grab the train to the Airport. A convenience for allowing those with a later flight to spend some time exploring the city before heading to the airport.
One of the many piers for passengers catching ferry to island destinations
Large underground walkways for the MRTs (Mass Rapid Transit)
Apartments in the Wan Chai neighborhood
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